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Q: What is period as it pertains to the graph of sine and cosine?

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sine graph will be formed at origine of graph and cosine graph is find on y-axise

the graph of cos(x)=1 when x=0the graph of sin(x)=0 when x=0.But that only tells part of the story. The two graphs are out of sync by pi/2 radians (or 90°; also referred to as 1/4 wavelength or 1/4 cycle). One cycle is 2*pi radians (the distance for the graph to get back where it started and repeat itself.The cosine graph is 'ahead' (leads) of the sine graph by 1/4 cycle. Or you can say that the sine graph lags the cosine graph by 1/4 cycle.

The anti derivative of negative sine is cosine.

Generally, the derivative of sine is cosine.

Trig identity... sin/cos = tangent

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sine graph will be formed at origine of graph and cosine graph is find on y-axise

The sine graph and the cosine graph are identical in shape, with the cosine graph shifted to the left by pi / 2, i.e. the sine starts at (x=0,y=0) and proceeds up with an initial slope of one, and the cosine starts at (x=0,y=1), and proceeds down with an initial slope of zero.

The negative sine graph and the positive sine graph have opposite signs: when one is negative, the other is positive - by exactly the same amount. The sine function is said to be an odd function. The two graphs for cosine are the same. The cosine function is said to be even.

the graph of cos(x)=1 when x=0the graph of sin(x)=0 when x=0.But that only tells part of the story. The two graphs are out of sync by pi/2 radians (or 90°; also referred to as 1/4 wavelength or 1/4 cycle). One cycle is 2*pi radians (the distance for the graph to get back where it started and repeat itself.The cosine graph is 'ahead' (leads) of the sine graph by 1/4 cycle. Or you can say that the sine graph lags the cosine graph by 1/4 cycle.

Sine(A+ B) = Sine(A)*Cosine(B) + Cosine(A)*Sine(B).

Sine= Opposite/ Hypotenuse Cosine= Adjacent/ Hypotenuse

Yes they are. Both have a a period of 2 pi

The differential of the sine function is the cosine function while the differential of the cosine function is the negative of the sine function.

Tangent = sine/cosine provided that cosine is non-zero. When cosine is 0, then tangent is undefined.

It's called a sine wave because the waveform can be reproduced as a graph of the sine or cosine functions sin(x) or cos (x).

because sine & cosine functions are periodic.

No, they do not.

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