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Algebra 1

Introduction to Function Transformations

With an Introduction to Function Transformations, we will examine The Graph of a Function, Function Transformations, and Points on a Function under transformations. We will look at Up and Down Transformations and Left to Right Transformations and compare them to their original equations. Challenge yourself with Graphing Multiple Transformations and learning about X Axis Reflection. By comparing the algebraic and graphical transformations of functions, you will be able to predict what certain transformations look like on the coordinate plane.

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CCSS Math Standard 9-12.F.BF.3
Concepts: 12
Quiz Points: 180
Introduction to Function Transformations Pathway
Concepts: 18
Quiz Points: 270
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