Pre-Calculus

Find the period and, where appropriate, the amplitude of the following function:

y=2sin(x)

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  1. Look at my post 10 down from this one, and let me know what you get.

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  2. i figured out that the amplitude is 2
    as for the period, I'm note sure

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  3. would the period then be 2pi because k equals 1?

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  4. yes

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