# Graphing Trigonometric Functions Project

### By: Kaitlyn Daniel

The graph y=sin(x) starts at the origin. The range is -1<x<1. The period is 2 pie.

The graph y=sin(2x) starts at the origin. The range is -1<x<1. The period is pie.

The graph y=3+sin(4x) starts at (0,3). The range is 2<x<4. The period 4 pie.

The graph y=2sin(4x) starts at the origin. The range is -2<x<2. The period is 4 pie.

The graph y=sin(8x-4) starts at the (0,1). The range is -1<x<1. The period 8 pie.

The table shows y=sin(x).

The graph y=cos(x) starts at (0,1). The range is -1<x<1. The period is pie

The graph y=cos(2x) starts at (0,1). The range is -1<x<1. The period is 2 pie.

The graph y=2cos(x) starts at (0,2). The range is -2<x<2. The period is pie.

The graph y=cos(4x-2) starts at the origin. The range is -1<x<1. The period 4 pie.

The graph y=2+cos(x) starts (o,5) The range is -5<x<5. The period is pie.

The table is of cos(x).

The graph y=tan(x) starts at the origin. The range -infinity<x<infinity. The period is pie.

The graph y=2tan(x) starts at the origin. The range is -infinity<x<infinity. The period is pie.

The graph y=tan(4x) starts at the origin. The range is -infinity<x<infinity. The period is pie.

The graph y=tan(2x-1) starts at (.5,0). The range is -infinity<x<infinity. The period is pie.

The graph y=2tan(x) starts at the origin. The range is -infinity<x<infinity. The period is pie.

The table is of tan(x).

The graph y=csc(x) starts at (pie/2,1). The range is -1<x<1. The period is pie.

The graph y=2csc(x) starts at (pie/2,2) The range is -2<x<2. The period is pie.

The graph y=csc(3x) starts at (pie/6,1). The range is -1<x<1. The period is pie.

The graph y=csc(5x-3) starts at (1,1). The range is -1<x<1. The period is pie.

The graph y=3+csc(x) starts at (pie/2, 3). The range is -3<x<3. The period is pie.

The table is of csc(x).

The graph y=sec(x) starts at (0,1). The range is -1<x<1. The period is pie.

The graph y=4sec(x) starts at (0,4). The range is -4<x<4. The period is pie.

The graph y=sec(3x) starts at (0,1). The range is -1<x<1. The period is pie.

The graph y=sec(6x-2) starts at (.3,1). The range is -1<x<1. The period is 6 pie.

The graph y=5+sec(x) starts at (0,6). The range is -6<x<6. The period is pie.

The table is of sec(x).

The graph y=cot(x) starts at (pie/2,0). The range is -infinity<x<infinity. The period is pie.

The graph y=8cot(x) starts at (pie/2,0). The range is -infinity<x<infinity. The period is pie.

The graph y=cot(4x) starts at (pie/8,0). The range is -infinity<x<infinity. The period is pie.

The graph y=cot(7x-2) starts at (.4,0). The range is -infinity<x<infinity. The period is pie.

The graph y=4+cot(x) starts at (2.8,0). The range is -infinity<x<infinity. The period is pie.

The graph is of y=cot(x).