## Description

I've already provided the average temperature of each month. You will need to graph the points then determine the aspects of the sine or cosine function.Then determine what the function would be for sine and cosine.You can view the file to see further instruction of what to do. Part D is optional I can do it but if you want to you can. I only want to spend up to $10 on this.

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Name

Instructor's name

Course

Date

PRECALCULUS B: The Trigonometry of Temperatures

Part A

Step 1

City Name: Toledo

Latitude of the City:41.6528Β° N

Table 1: Average monthly temperatures for Toledo City

Month

1

Jan

Average

33

temperature

(Β°F)

2

Feb

3

Mar

4

Apr

5

May

6

Jun

7

Jul

8

Aug

9

Sep

10

Oct

11

Nov

12

Dec

36

47

60

71

81

85

82

75

63

50

36

Sources: https://www.currentresults.com/Weather/Ohio/Places/toledo-temperatures-bymonth-average.php

Step 2

The plot is shown in the figure below:

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Temperature Plot for Toledo

90

80

Average Temperature, T (Β°F)

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0

0

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

Time, t (x10^6 s)

Using the graph to determine the following values for both a sine function and a cosine

function:

Table 2: Sine and a cosine function values

Sine

Cosine

Vertical Shift

59

59

Horizontal Shift (x10^6)

-10.21

-18.144

Amplitude

26

26

Period (x10^6)

62.208

62.208

Domain (x10^6)

[2.592,31.104]

[2.592,31.104]

Range

[33,85]

[33,85]

Based on the data in your table, write an equation for a sine function and for a cosine

function.

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Sine Function:

π = π΄ si n(π΅(π‘ + πΆ)) + π·

2π

Where π΄ = π΄πππππ‘π’ππ; π΅ = ππππππ ; πΆ = πβππ π π βπππ‘; π· = ππππ‘ππππ π βπππ‘

Therefore,

π = 26 si...