I have a sine wave that i would like to graph. but i would also like to graph a line that is 2% above and below the nominal peak and valley. for example, if the nominal peak is 1000 and nominal valley is 100, i would like to graph a line at 1020 and 980 and then at 98 and 102. these lines would provide a visual guide to the 2% tolerance the the peak and valley of the sine wave needs to stay within. the sine wave will be coming from a load cell. the worksheet i am working with now uses a generator to simulate the load cell. i am using another genertaor and global variables to output the plus and minus 2% values. my first try was with a chart recorder but it puts each input on its own axis and not on the same axis. my next try was a yt chart but that is giving me an error. how can i graph a sine wave from one onput plus the four addisonal lines to mar the 2% tolerance of the nominal peak and valley all on one graph?

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I have a sine wave that i would like to graph. but i would also like to graph a line that is 2% above and below the nominal peak and valley. for example, if the nominal peak is 1000 and nominal valley is 100, i would like to graph a line at 1020 and 980 and then at 98 and 102. these lines would provide a visual guide to the 2% tolerance the the peak and valley of the sine wave needs to stay within. the sine wave will be coming from a load cell. the worksheet i am working with now uses a generator to simulate the load cell. i am using another genertaor and global variables to output the plus and minus 2% values. my first try was with a chart recorder but it puts each input on its own axis and not on the same axis. my next try was a yt chart but that is giving me an error. how can i graph a sine wave from one onput plus the four addisonal lines to mar the 2% tolerance of the nominal peak and valley all on one graph?

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