**11+ Sketch The Graph Of The Function. F(X, Y) = Sin(X)
Pictures**. Calculus multivariable calculus sketch the graph of the function. So now, drawing out x, y and z, we know we're gonna have something that looks like this so you can kind of see that it's like or rolling.

Y = f(2x) is that same graph scaled down by 1/2 in the x direction, and in general, y = f(ax) applies a scaling of 1/a in the x in your problem, if you know how to graph y = sin(x), you can apply these transformations to get your sketch: If its distance d from the origin at time t is given by either d= a sin wt or d=acos wt. Plotting and graphing are methods of visualizing the behavior of mathematical functions.

### The graph of f over one period can be sketched by first finding points that give important information such as x intercepts, y intercept, maxima and minima.

Y = f(2x) is that same graph scaled down by 1/2 in the x direction, and in general, y = f(ax) applies a scaling of 1/a in the x in your problem, if you know how to graph y = sin(x), you can apply these transformations to get your sketch: Look below to see them all. Y = f(2x) is that same graph scaled down by 1/2 in the x direction, and in general, y = f(ax) applies a scaling of 1/a in the x in your problem, if you know how to graph y = sin(x), you can apply these transformations to get your sketch: We saw how to sketch such graphs in graph of a function.