PreCalculus
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How is the function f(x)=1/2sin5x related to the function g(x)=4sin5x?

Damon
f(x) = a * g(x)
(1/2) sin 5x = a * 4 sin 5x
4 a = 1/2
a = 1/8
so
f(x) = (1/8) g(x)
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