# Shifting

## a) along the y-axis

The graphs of $y=\sin(x)$ and $y=\cos(x)$ are shifted with the value $d$ along the y-axis. The general formula is:

$y=\sin(x)+d$

$y=\cos(x)+d$

$y=\cos(x)+d$

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### Remember

- If $d$ > 0, the graph is shifted up.
- If $d$ < 0, the graph is shifted down.

### Example

$\color{green}{g(x)=\sin(x)+1}$

$\color{blue}{f(x)=\sin(x)}$

$\color{brown}{h(x)=\sin(x)-1}$

## b) along the x-axis

The graphs of $y=\sin(x)$ and $y=\cos(x)$ are shifted with the value $c$ along the x-axis. The general formula is:

$y=\sin(x+c)$

$y=\cos(x+c)$

$y=\cos(x+c)$

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### Remember

- If $c$ > 0, the graph is shifted to the left.
- If $c$ < 0, the graph is shifted to the right.

### Example

$\color{green}{g(x)=\sin(x+\frac{\pi}{2})}$

$\color{blue}{f(x)=\sin(x)}$

$\color{brown}{h(x)=\sin(x-\frac{\pi}{2})}$