These notes on graphing trig functions (sine, cosine, and tangent) are great for geometry, algebra 2, or pre-calculus students who are learning how to graph trig functions. These notes include the general form of the equation and how to use it to find the amplitude, vertical shift, endpoints of the period (or asymptotes for tangent), and the length of one period. There are examples, as well as two try-it-yourself problems at the end of the notes for a quick formative assessment. The answer key is included!
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