# Ok I have a question

1. Jun 1, 2006

### NiennaAncalimon

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Just happens to be an equation of a pattern randomly picked but with a certain meaning...

It represents various points of peak amplitude on a sinusoidal waveform of sound or energy with one given tone to ride upon in uncorrupted constant frequency in linear timespace during one long cycle in travel from left to right...

I was wondering if someone could try and help me solve it and put it with in a graph form.... Thanks for any envolvment. ~N~

2. Jun 2, 2006

### Tide

This is what the graph looks like - though you should easily have been able to plot it out yourself.

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3. Jun 2, 2006

### HallsofIvy

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Yes, you are confused! First, this was posted under "tutorials". I've moved it here, under "Precalculus homework".
Second, you say "Just happens to be an equation of a pattern randomly picked but with a certain meaning..." but it's clearly NOT an equation- it's a list of numbers. Finally, you say "I was wondering if someone could try and help me solve it". Solve what? You haven't stated a problem to be solved. If all you want is a graph then tide has done that for you, apparently assuming that what you are giving are y-values for x-values he made up. If you want a graph or even a function, you will have to give "x-values" to go with each of your "y-values". If these are indeed "tones" through one long cycle, you should have a "time" associated with each tone.