Sine Curve

An example of a sine curve is a drawing on a piece of graph paper that shows the equation y=sin x.

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## sine curve

*y*= sin

*x*, with

*x*denoting radian measure of an angle periodically changing from 0° to 360°

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## sine curve

noun

*y*=

*a*sin

*bx,*where

*a*and

*b*are constants. Also called

*sinusoid*.

**sine curve**

The equation for this sine curve is

y = sin x.

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