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Derivatives of Sine Fucntions

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International Baccalaureate Maths

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Math Portfolio Assignment:

Derivatives of Sine Functions

Bridget Belsher

Derivatives of Sine Functions, Type I

Date Set: January 14 2008

Date Submitted: February 5 2008

Father Lacombe High School

Mrs. Gabel

I certify this portfolio Assignment is entirely my own work

The above graph, displays the unaltered sin function, in its original form. The functions domain on the graph is -2? ? 2?1. The result of this is can be seen in the two oscillations with the range. Its behavior can be determined by the behavior of the first oscillation (the oscillation starting at -2?), as the same behavior will be observed in the second oscillation (that starting at 0), due to the repetitive nature of sine functions. From the point (-2?, 0), the slope can be described as increasing with a value of one. However, one can clearly see that at ( the function has no slope, as it is a point of discontinuity, that is having a slope of zero, as the line is straight. Just after that point, the slope is -1, which causes a constant decrease in the functions y-value and increase in the

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