# Trigonometry Homework #10 Due 5-11

Match each graph with its equation.

a. $y=\arctan{x}+\pi$

b. $y=\tan{x}-2$

c. $y=4\cos\left (\frac{x-\pi}{2}\right )+4$

d. $y=\cos(\pi(x+1))$

e. $y=\arccos{x}+\pi$

f. $y=\tan\left (\frac{x-\pi}{2}\right )+2$

g. $y=\sec\left (\frac{x-\pi}{2}\right )+2$

h. $y=2\sin\left (2\left (x-\frac{\pi}{3}\right )\right )-1$

i. $y=\csc\left (x+\frac{\pi}{6}\right )-1$

j. $y=\cot\left (\frac{\pi}{2}\left (x-\frac{1}{2}\right )\right )+1$

k. $y=\frac{\sec(\pi{x})}{2}$

l. $y=\frac{\sin\left (2\left (x-\frac{\pi}{3}\right )\right )}{2}-1$

m. y=arcsec(x+1)

n. $y=\arccos(x+2)$

o. $y=2\sin{x}-1$

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