# SOLUTION: By translation, graph y=sin(x-&#960;/6) for 0 <= x <= 2&#960;. Label all with coordinates intercepts and the peak and the valley.

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 Question 444824: By translation, graph y=sin(x-π/6) for 0 <= x <= 2π. Label all with coordinates intercepts and the peak and the valley.Answer by stanbon(57282)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!By translation, graph y=sin(x-π/6) for 0 <= x <= 2π. Label all with coordinates intercepts and the peak and the valley. --------------- The graph is a sine curve shifted (pi/6) to the right. sin(x) has a x-intercept at (0,0), so sin(x-(pi/6) has a x-intercept when x-(pi/6) = 0, or at x = pi/6. --- The y-intercept occurs when x = 0, or when y = sin(-(pi/6)) = -1/2 ------------- ================ Cheers, Stan H.