model the average temperatures for the 12 months of the year, for a…

model the average temperatures for the 12 months of the year, for a city of your choice that is not located in Canada
Step 1: Select a city of choice and record the average monthly temperatures in the report. It is suggested you pick a city that is not close to the equator to get more interesting results. Perform a quick Google search to find the average monthly temperature for the city you selected. Please include the data you find in your report.
Step 2: Show all work and calculations to determine a sine function and a cosine function that model the data researched. Provide a detailed explanation of the steps you took to determine the value of the parameters in each equation.
Step:3) plot your 12 data points and both of your trigonometric functions. and provide a detailed reflection on the accuracy of both of your models. Propose reasons for any inaccuracies or irregularities.
Step 4: Provide a detailed explanation of how modelling the temperature in Toronto would compare to the city you selected. Use an understanding of trigonometric functions to explain your answer.