# Algebra

What are the period and amplitude of the function y=2sin4 theta?

A. pi/2 and 2
B. pi and 4
C. pi/2 and 4
D. pi/2 and 1

I think the answer is A. Am i correct?

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asked by Caleb
1. amplitude is 2
when theta = pi/2 we have sin 2 pi
so period is pi/2
A.

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posted by Damon

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