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## Assuming there are no reflections or dilations, explain how you would write the equation of the function whose graph is sketched below.

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Determine the parent function.

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Determine the parent function.

B

Identify the equation of the function.

A

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The parent function f(x) = √x has been shifted

left down Identify the graph C

Given that f(x) is the original function, what is true about the transformation, g(x)?

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What transformation(s) have been applied to function f(x) to get g(x)? Check all that apply.

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Assuming there are no reflections or dilations, explain how you would write the equation of the function whose graph is sketched below.

Start with the parent function Add 3 to x in the denominator, because the graph is shifted left 3.Add 1 to the fraction, because the graph is shifted up 1 unit.

Which of the following is a vertical stretch of the parent function ?

A

Which of the following is a horizontal stretch of the same parent function?

D

Given the parent function , which of the following is true about this graph?

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Look at the graph of the functions. Given the original function, , what is a possible equation for the translated function, g(x)?

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## Assuming there are no reflections or dilations,

Answer:Start with the parent function y=1/x^2.Add 3 to x in the denominator, because the graph is shifted left 3. Add 1 to the fraction, because the

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## Assuming there are no reflections or dilations,

Mathematics 2 answers:

Colt1911 [192]1 year ago

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**Answer:**

Start with the parent function y=1/x^2.

Add 3 to x in the denominator, because the graph is shifted left 3. Add 1 to the fraction, because the graph is shifted up 1 unit.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Pani-rosa [81]1 year ago

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**Answer:**

What he/she said. But it’s the EXACT answer on Edge.

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