Amplitude is the factor by which a function is stretched vertically. The period of a repeating graph is the width of each repeat. The phase shift is the amount that the graph is moved horizontally. More »

The phase shift formula for a trigonometric function, such as y = Asin(Bx - C) + D or y = Acos(Bx - C) + D, is represented as C / B. If C / B is positive, the curve moves right, and if it is negative, the curve moves lef... More »

The period of the sine graph is 2pi. Sine graph oscillates between one and minus one with a period of 2pi. When x is a multiple of pi, sin(x) = 0. For x = pi/2, 5pi/2, etc, sin(x) = 1, and for x = 3pi/2, 7pi/2, etc, sin(... More »

The function arctan(x) describes the inverse tangent of x, wherein the ratio between the length of the sides opposite and adjacent to the angle can be used to determine the degrees or radian of the angle. Arctan can also... More »

The phase shift formula for a trigonometric function, such as y = Asin(Bx - C) + D or y = Acos(Bx - C) + D, is represented as C / B. If C / B is positive, the curve moves right, and if it is negative, the curve moves lef... More »

The cosine function is one of the three basic functions used in trigonometry. The cosine of a right triangle is found by taking the ratio of the length of the triangle's adjacent side over the length of the hypotenuse. I... More »

The derivative of an inverse function is a calculation of the slope at a particular point of a function that acts in the reverse manner of another function. It is typically denoted as the function f(x) taken to the power... More »