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at which angle does the graph y=sin(1/x) cross the y-axis??
The graph of y=sin(1/x) is a continuous, oscillating curve that approaches the x-axis as x approaches infinity and negative infinity.
The angle at the y-axis crossing of the graph of y=sin(1/x) is undefined, as the graph approaches the y-axis at an infinite number of points.
As x approaches zero, the angle at the y-axis crossing of the graph of y=sin(1/x) becomes steeper and approaches a vertical angle.
The period of the graph of y=sin(1/x) is not defined, as the graph does not have a repeating pattern.
As the frequency of the graph increases, the angle at the y-axis crossing becomes steeper and approaches a vertical angle. This is because the graph oscillates more frequently and approaches the y-axis at a greater number of points.