A sinusoidal graph has a maximum at the point (–40, 3) and a midline of y = – 12. Determine the amplitude of the graph.

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A sinusoidal graph has a maximum at the point (–40, 3) and a midline of y = – 12. Determine the amplitude of the graph.

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Step-by-step explanation:

The amplitude of y=sin(x) is 1 with a maximum of y=1 and a minimum of y=-1. It's amplitude is 1 because that is the distance the max( y=1 )is from the mid line (y=0) or the distance the min( y=-1 ) is from the mid line (y=0).

So we just need to find the distance the mid line, y=-12, and the max,y= 3, is from each other.

3--12=3+12=15

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mean, 40.6

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