# What is the period of function y(t)=5cos(t)-2?

• What is the period of function y(t)=5cos(t)-2?

Answer to A wave is described by the function: y(x,t) = (5.0 cm)cos[(3.0 rad/m ... and on the second, mark two points one period apart. (the number 3π/4 ...
Positive: 85 %
... be described with the function , where |A| is the amplitude, t is the time ... the period. What is the frequency for the oscillation modeled by y ...
Positive: 82 %

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... multiplied by the derivative of the function, we get : d/dxcos^5x=5cos^4x* ... How do you find the derivative of #cos^5 ... Don't copy without citing ...
Positive: 85 %
... graph the sinusoidal function y=-3sin(1/3x) 2) graph the function y=5cos ... y=-3sin(1/3x) a=-3 b=1/3 h=0 k=0 period ... when they clearly shouldn't ...
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... function with amplitude=0.5 and period ... if T = 0.2 pi then ω equals 2pi/0.2*pi =10 θ is the phase y= 0.5cos(10x) the normal period is 2*pi ...