# The Last Post Wins!

omg dude hermitcraft goes wild in terms of building
ranging from typical buildings by grian and scar, the redstone prowess of doc, etho and tango and the fantastic organics from pearl and gem
its just inspiring looking at all the amazing talents

ohmygoodnessyes
i need to take some sort of building course for Minecraft, 'cause i still make wooden boxes with grass floors
and redstone i need to watch more of Mumbo's videos

nah all it takes is just observing and implementing
id like to say im pretty good at building and all of that is just thanks to me paying attention to what others do and being like "oh hey i could try that that sounds fun!"

oh, alright

well, i gtg now, sorry
bye!

aw... bye

1) If f(x)=sin(x), write the equation after applying the following transformations:
• Amplitude of 3.
• Phase Shift π/2 units left
• Midline Shift 7 units up.
2) Graph the equation in question 1 after all transformations have been applied.

3) Write the domain of tan(x/2)

4) Let x+π=5. Is x irrational? Explain.

Aha. Math.

1) If f(x)=sin(x), write the equation after applying the following transformations:
• Amplitude of 3.
• Phase Shift π/2 units left
• Midline Shift 7 units up.
f(x) = 3sin(x+π/2) + 7

2) Graph the equation in question 1 after all transformations have been applied.
*Can’t graph rn-*

3) Write the domain of tan(x/2)
x != π + 2πn,
Where n is any integer.
*Watch this be so wrong*

4) Let x+π=5. Is x irrational? Explain.
Yez. Pi is a transcendental (irrational) number as well, hence no rational number can be added to it that will result in a rational number such as 5.
I don’t like questions like these-

Oh you actually did it, I didn't think anyone would.
You get sin(π/2) out of cos(2π) marks then.

Oh you actually did it, I didn't think anyone would.
You get sin(π/2) out of cos(2π) marks then.
1/1. Cool.

I mean you didn't do one of them and I think that was the equation of the asymptotes and not the domain I think, I'm not certain. But you get full marks anyway for actually doing it.
EDIT: Unless that was meant to be ≠ and not |.

Still feel like a test that gives you a question marked out of sine or cosine where you actually need to intentionally fail the question to get a mark would make a good april fools test.

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I mean technically it could be considered wrong anyway because {x| ____ , x∈ _}

I mean you didn't do one of them and I think that was the equation of the asymptotes and not the domain I think, I'm not certain. But you get full marks anyway for actually doing it.
EDIT: Unless that was meant to be ≠ and not |.
Yeah, != was meant to be ≠. I used the python equivalent since idk how to make the crossed through equal sign-

I mean technically it could be considered wrong anyway because {x| ____ , x∈ _}
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I don't think I ever really learned that notation for expressing domain.

Still feel like a test that gives you a question marked out of sine or cosine where you actually need to intentionally fail the question to get a mark would make a good april fools test.

Helo there

*Disappears immediately bc stuff to do*

Pen: frik

I don't think I ever really learned that notation for expressing domain.
Interesting. From what I remember you get marked wrong for not including the full thing where I am.
I think they only allow that set notation, and stuff like [-2, 5) for whatever that notation is called.

(Pen again, too lazy for text colors)
Two things
1:
This is for some reason how I imagine Etch's voice
2:
Literally Phyllon's main theme and nobody can change my mind

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