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TopNewest\( y = \frac {1} {2 - sin 3x} \) or \( y = \frac {1}{2} - sin 3x \) ?

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Anyway, for the first one, Range is \( (\frac {1}{3}, 1) \)

For second one, Range is \((-\frac{1}{2}, \frac{3}{2}) \)

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Reason: The min and max value of \(sin x\) is \(-1\) and \(+1\) respectively.

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thanks

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1st one

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