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Transformations of Functions - Algebraic to Graphical

Transformations of Functions - Algebraic to Graphical

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Tutorial

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Transformations of y=√x

Note - b) in table of values (√0) + 3 should be equal to 3
d) g(x) = -(√x) + 1 has domain [0, infinity) and range (-infinity, 1]

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Translating and Reflecting Standard Functions

In a) I incorrectly labeled (-4,0) as (-4,2)

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Graphs for Compositions of 4 Standard Functions using Transformations

In example 1 - I say t(x) = x - 2. It should have been t(x) = x + 2.

In example 2 - My explanation for (3,0) being in both Graph #3 and Graph #4 should have been that (-1/4)(0) = 0