### Is a cosine function continuous?

Yes. The cosine function is continuous. The sine function is also continuous. The tangent function, however, is not continuous.

### Does the sine function appear to be continuous?

Yes, it does "appear" to be continuous, by the simple fact that it is continuous for all values of the input.

### What are the Differentiate the sine wave and cosine wave?

The differential of the sine function is the cosine function while the differential of the cosine function is the negative of the sine function.

### Is a sine function a periodic function?

Yes, the sine function is a periodic function. It has a period of 2 pi radians or 360 degrees.

### Is the sine functions an odd function?

Yes. Along with the tangent function, sine is an odd function. Cosine, however, is an even function.

### What is the domain of the sine function?

The domain of the sine function is [-infinity, +infinity]. The range is [-1, +1]. The sine function is periodic. It repeats itself every 360 degrees or 2PI radians.

### What are the intervals of sine function?

The sine function repeats every 2pi radians (360 degrees).

### What is the derivation of the wave function?

A simple wave function can be expressed as a trigonometric function of either sine or cosine. lamba = A sine(a+bt) or lamba = A cosine(a+bt) where lamba = the y value of the wave A= magnitude of the wave a= phase angle b= frequency. the derivative of sine is cosine and the derivative of cosine is -sine so the derivative of a sine wave function would be y'=Ab cosine(a+bt) """"""""""""""""""" cosine wave function would be… Read More

### What is the relation between sine wave and frequency?

A sine wave is a periodic function and, by suitably adjusting the argument of the sine function, can be made to fit a wide functions with different frequencies.

### What is the difference between negative sine and cosine graphs and positive sine and cosine graphs?

The negative sine graph and the positive sine graph have opposite signs: when one is negative, the other is positive - by exactly the same amount. The sine function is said to be an odd function. The two graphs for cosine are the same. The cosine function is said to be even.

### What is the graph of sine function is periodic at?

The graph of the sine function is periodic at every point. Periodic means that the value of the function at every point is repeated after an integer multiple of the period.

### Why we use sin cos etc in sinusoidal wave?

By its very mane, a sinusoidal wave refers to a sine function. The cosine function is simply the sine function that is phase-shifted.

### Definition of sine wave?

A sine wave is the graph of y = sin(x). It demonstrates to cyclic nature of the sine function.

### How can you tell if a graph is a sine function or a cosine function?

sine graph will be formed at origine of graph and cosine graph is find on y-axise

### What is sine voltage?

sine wave is the alternating current wave which is belongs to sinusoidal function.

### Every continuous function is integrible but converse is not true every integrable function is not continuous?

That's true. If a function is continuous, it's (Riemman) integrable, but the converse is not true.

### What is a sine wave?

See the link below A sine wave is computed by a mathematical function. A pure sine wave in a physical sense would exactly match the calculated value in the function at every point in time.

### What function is continuous everywhere but not differentiable?

Weistrass function is continuous everywhere but not differentiable everywhere

### A sentence using the word sine die?

First of all, a sine is the trigonometric function that is equal to the ratio of the opposite a given angle to the hypotenuse. The teacher told us to use the word sine in a sentence. He told us what a sine is and how you use it. A sine is the trigonometric function that is equal to the ratio of the opposite a given angle to the hypotenuse.

### Is the infinite sum of continuous function continuous?

An infinite sum of continuous functions does not have to be continuous. For example, you should be able to construct a Fourier series that converges to a discontinuous function.

### On the unit circle define the sine function by using the distance walked as the input and the y coordinate as the output?

Yes, but only if the argument of the sine function is in radians.

### How is the unite circle related to sine?

If you draw a unit circle, the sine function can be expressed as the y-coordinate of a point on the circle; the cosine function as the x-coordinate.

### What does the S in sin mean?

Whenever you see a function such as the sine function, you have to see the function as a whole. The "s" doesn't mean anything by itself in this case; sin(x) means the sine of an angle x.

### Can a function have a limit at every x-value in its domain?

Yes, that happens with any continuous function. The limit is equal to the function value in this case. Yes, that happens with any continuous function. The limit is equal to the function value in this case. Yes, that happens with any continuous function. The limit is equal to the function value in this case. Yes, that happens with any continuous function. The limit is equal to the function value in this case.

### What is a function whose graph has one or more breaks?

The tan [tangent] function. When a function has two or more brakes, this is not a continuous function, but it can be a continuous function in some intervals such as the tangent does.

### What is the value of the sin?

If you mean the sine function, it is dependent on an angle. For example, the sine of an angle of zero degrees is zero; the sine of an angle of 90 degrees is one; for an angle of 180 degrees, the sine is again 0; if you make a graph, you get a curve that looks like a wave. In general, the values the sine function can take are between 1 and -1, inclusive.

### What is sine in trigonometric function?

Sine of an angle (in a right triangle) is the side opposite of the angle divided by the hypotenuse.

### What does sine theta mean?

Theta is just a Greek letter used to denote measurement of angle. Sine is a trigonometric function, i.e., the ratio of the side opposite to the angle theta to the hypotenuse of the triangle. So Sine theta means the value of sine function for angle theta, where theta is any angle.

### If the value of a sine function is 0 then the co-secant function is undefined?

That's right. cosecant(x) = 1 / sine(x), so you would get a division by zero.

### What does the word sin mean on a TI-84 Plus calculator?

Sin is short for "sine". Sine is a function using in trigonometry. Typing sin(4) and press enter for example would display the result of "the sine of 4". What the sine function does is usually taught in a class such as geometry , pre-calculus, or trigonometry.

### How do you calculate arc sine?

arc sine is the inverse function of the sine function so if y = sin(x) then x = arcsin(y) where y belongs to [-pi/2, pi/2]. It can be calculated using the Taylor series given in the link below.

### Why sine cannot measure angle larger than 45?

It can. The sine function is defined for all numbers--negative, 0, and positive. The function is periodic and repeats every 360 degrees.

### How do you draw a continuous linear decreasing function?

A continuous linear decreasing function is a line that goes on forever and has a negative slope (is downhill from left to right). For example, the line y = -x is a continuous linear decreasing function.

### What is a signaling function?

a signal source is a function it can be square , triangle sine and any combination of the three

### Is a strictly monotonic function absolutely continuous?

No, they can only be jump continuous.

### Analog signals and digital signals?

An analog signal is one which is continuous in time as well as continuous in amplitude . Example : sine wave, cosine wave. An Digital signal is one which is continuous in discrete in time. Example : square waves.

### What is an analog signal and a digital signal?

An analog signal is one which is continuous in time as well as continuous in amplitude . Example : sine wave, cosine wave. An Digital signal is one which is continuous in discrete in time. Example : square waves.

### Why sinθ value is less then and equal to one?

If you look at the definition of the sine function in a triangle, you'll discover that the maximum possible value of the sine function is ' 1 ' and the minimum possible value is ' -1 '. There's no angle that can have a sine greater than ' 1 ' or less than ' -1 '. So the absolute value of the sine of anything is always ' 1 ' or less.