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TRANSFORMATIONS - Horitzontal Translations

TRANSFORMATIONS - Horitzontal Translations

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Author: Kate Sidlo
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By the end of this tutorial, students will be able to graph the horizontal translation of the absolute value function.

Students will be able to identify the vertex, pre-image, and image.

Students will be able to identify the new vertex using the y = |x - h|

This tutorial introduces students to graphing a translation of the absolute value function.

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Tutorial

TO DO:

Take notes from the video/screen shots.

TRANSFORMATION - Horizontal Translations

Horizontal Translation Slides

Full Screen

VOCABULARY

ABSOLUTE VALUE: The distance from a number to zero on the number line

IMAGE: The resulting graph after the transformation.

PRE-IMAGE: The original graph before any transformations

TRANSFORMATION: Any change in size, orientation, and/or location of a function or shape

TRANSLATION: A slide of a function to the left/right, and/or up/down

VERTEX: The point where the slope of a graph changes direction from positive to negative or negative to positive