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The amplitude A determines how loud the tone is perceived to be and the period determines the pitch of the note. In this setting, it is convenient to talk about the frequency f = c/2π. The higher the frequency is, the higher the pitch of the note will be. ) Note that the frequency is simply the reciprocal of the period. 3 Finding Amplitude, Period and Frequency Find the amplitude, period and frequency of (a) f (x) = 4 cos 3x and (b) g(x) = 2 sin(x/3). 58a). 58b). 58b y = 4 cos 3x y = 2 sin (x/3) There are numerous formulas or identities that are helpful in manipulating the trigonometric functions.
We do this by choosing a portion of the sine curve that passes the horizontal line test. 59) and, hence, has an inverse. We thus define the inverse sine function by y = sin−1 x if and only if sin y = x and − π2 ≤ y ≤ π . 5) Think of this definition as follows: if y = sin−1 x, then y is the angle between − π2 and π2 for which sin y = x. Note that we could have selected any interval on which sin x is one-toone, but − π2 , π2 is the most convenient. 4 and Mathematicians often use the notation arcsin x in place of sin−1 x.
A person who is 6 feet tall stands 4 feet from the base of a light pole and casts a 2-foot-long shadow. How tall is the light pole? 71. A surveyor stands 80 feet from the base of a building and measures an angle of 50◦ to the top of the steeple on top of the building. The surveyor figures that the center of the steeple lies 20 feet inside the front of the structure. Find the distance from the ground to the top of the steeple. 72. Suppose that the surveyor of exercise 71 estimates that the center of the steeple lies between 20 and 21 inside the front of the structure.