# What is the so what test in writing?

## What is the so what test in writing?

To apply this test, one just breaks a paper down into paragraphs, sentences, or even clauses or individual words and asks so what? Asking this one simple question and thinking deeply about the answer while editing can remove extraneous words, tighten up vague or rambling sentences, and craft arguments that are …

**What makes a good essay?**

Begin your essay with a one or two sentence thesis which summarises your argument. If possible, phrase the statement so that it rephrases the question’s essential terms into a statement (which therefore directly answers the essay question). Support your thesis with specific references to the material you have read.

**How do you graph Sin Cos?**

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### How do you write a cosine function?

Properties of the Cosine Function, y=cos(x) . The maximum value of y=cos(x) occurs when x=2nπ , where n is an integer. The minimum value of y=cos(x) occurs when x=π+2nπ , where n is an integer.

**What is a cosine graph?**

To graph the cosine function, we mark the angle along the horizontal x axis, and for each angle, we put the cosine of that angle on the vertical y-axis. The result, as seen above, is a smooth curve that varies from +1 to -1. It is the same shape as the cosine function but displaced to the left 90°.

**What does cosine look like?**

In a right triangle, the cosine of an angle is the length of the adjacent side (A) divided by the length of the hypotenuse (H). In any right triangle, the cosine of an angle is the length of the adjacent side (A) divided by the length of the hypotenuse (H). In a formula, it is written simply as ‘cos’.

#### What is the difference between a sin and cos graph?

The difference between a cosine and sine graph is their shape and where they start. For a sine graph, a positive or negative number vertically flips the graph like it does with a cosine graph. Below, I will provide an example for each positive and negative cosine/sine graph.

**What is a cosine wave?**

A cosine wave is a signal waveform with a shape identical to that of a sine wave , except each point on the cosine wave occurs exactly 1/4 cycle earlier than the corresponding point on the sine wave.