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When I graph a y1=sin(x) I get the sin wave you would expect.

but...

When I graph y2=5+4*sin(pi/12)(x+10) I get a line instead of a wave?

What gives? I'm in radian, I reset my factory defaults... Am I entering this wrong? Shouldn't that give you a sin wave?

Thanks for your help!

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# Calculators TI-89 Titanium graphing problem

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