Trigonometric functions

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Trigonometric functions

  1. 1. Adult electrocardiogramTrigonometricFunctions
  2. 2. Trigonometric Functions:Periodic functions are functions that repeat exactly in regular intervals called cycles . Thelength of the cycle is called its period .
  3. 3. The amplitude of sine and cosine functions ishalf of the difference between the maximumand minimum values of the function. Theamplitude is always positive.Characteristics of the Graphs of Sine and Cosine
  4. 4. You can use the parent functions to graph transformations y = a sin bx and y = a cos bx.• Recall that a indicates a vertical stretch (⎪a⎥ > 1) or compression (0 < ⎪a⎥ < 1) , whichchanges the amplitude.• If a is less than 0, the graph is reflected across the x-axis.• The value of b indicates a horizontal stretch or compression, which changes the period.Transformations of Sine and Cosine GraphsExample:Using f (x) = sin x as a guide, graph the functiong(x) = 3 sin 2x. Identify the amplitude andperiod.
  5. 5. Frequency is the number of cycles in a given unit of time, so it is the reciprocal of the periodof a function.FrequencyExample:Sine and cosine can also be translated as y = sin (x - h) + k and y = cos (x - h) + k. Recall that avertical translation by k units moves the graph up (k > 0) or down (k < 0) .• A phase shift is a horizontal translation of a periodic function. A phase shift of h unitsmoves the graph left (h < 0) or right (h > 0) .Phase shift
  6. 6. Using f (x) = sin x as a guide, graphg(x) = sin (x + π /2 ) . Identify the x-interceptsand phase shift.Example:You can combine the transformations of trigonometric functions. Use the values ofa, b, h, and k to identify the important features of a sine or cosine function.Note:

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