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# College Algebra 1.5 Notes MAC1105

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COURSE
College Algebra
PROF.
Mr. Rothstein
TYPE
Class Notes
PAGES
8
WORDS
CONCEPTS
Algebra, Graphs, shiftinggraphs, function, Graphing Functions
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1.5 Describe the transformations that produce the graphs of g and h from the graph of f. Hint: If the number is on the outside and towards the right of the equation, the graph will move up or down (vertical shift). Describe the transformations that produce the graphs of g and h from the graph of f. Hint: If the number is on the inside (like in parentheses or absolute value bars), the graph will move left or right (horizontal shift). Just do the opposite of what you see in parentheses. Describe the transformations that produce the graphs of g and h from the graph of f. Describe the transformations that produce the graphs of g and h from the graph of f. Choose the function that matches the given graph. Reﬂect in Move 6 x-axis Hint: When graphing units left functions, always start with the basic graph and then do all the shifting and reﬂecting. (ALL basic graphs are on the last page of these notes!) Graph the function. 1. Start with basic graph of the function. 2. Now shift. (7 to the left) Graph the function. 2. Now shift. (up 1 and vertical stretch of 4) 1. Start with basic graph of the function. Graph the function Graph the function 1. Start with basic graph of 2. Now shift and reﬂect. function. Write the function whose graph is but is reﬂected about the x-axis. Write an equation for a function whose graph ﬁts the description given. Basic graphs to know Square function Square Root Function Cube Function Absolute Value Function

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