sin(x-h) is h units to the right of sin(x)

You haven't changed the cos function due to a typo

Alyssa R.

asked • 07/11/19How would a graph of sin(x−h) differ from the graph of sin x? How might the graph of a cos x differ from the graph of cos x?

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sin(x-h) is h units to the right of sin(x)

You haven't changed the cos function due to a typo

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