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The amplitude of a wave is basically a measure of its height. Because that height is constantly changing amplitude can be different form moment to moment. If the wave has a regular up and down shape, like a cosine, sine wave. The amplitude is defined as the fact act distance the wave gets from its center.

Which shows that

Max value of \[\cos \,\,\,\,\,\, + 1\]

Min value of \[\cos \,\,\,\,\,\, - 1\]

Given function is

\[ = \cos 2\theta + \cos \theta \]

\[ = 2{\cos ^2}\theta - 1 + \cos \theta \] \[\left[ {\cos 2\theta - 2{{\cos }^2}\theta - 1} \right]\]

\[ = {\cos ^2}\theta - \dfrac{1}{2}\cos \theta - \dfrac{1}{2}\]\[\left[ {dividing\;by\,2} \right]\]

\[ = ({\cos ^2}\theta + \dfrac{1}{2}\cos \theta + \dfrac{1}{{16}}) - \dfrac{1}{{16}} - \dfrac{1}{2}\] \[\left[ {For\,factorize\,add\& substract\,\dfrac{1}{{16}}} \right]\]

\[ = {(\cos \theta + \dfrac{1}{2})^2} - (\dfrac{{1 + 8}}{{16}})\] \[\left[ {Making\,the\,whole\,square} \right]\]

\[ = {(\cos \theta + \dfrac{1}{4})^2} - (\dfrac{9}{{16}})\]

Now for minimum value if \[\cos \theta = 0\]

i.e.\[ = \dfrac{{ - 9}}{{16}}\]

Required minimum value of \[\cos \theta + \cos 2\theta \] for all real values of \[\theta \] is \[ = \dfrac{{ - 9}}{{16}}\]

\[(\cos + \dfrac{1}{2})\dfrac{1}{2}O\]

\[\cos \theta = \dfrac{1}{2}\]

Minimum value of \[\cos \theta \] is -1 when \[\theta = {180^0}\] Maximum value \[\cos \theta \] 1 when\[\theta \] is \[O,360\] Min-Max table.