What is the corresponding equation g(x) which shows the shift horizontally of the parabola?

a) (x+6)^2 + 10

b) (x-4)^2

c) (x-6)^2 - 10

d) (x+10)^2

pick which one and give a brief explanation as to why you chose the one of your choice

f(x) = (x + 6)2 to the right 10 units

What is the corresponding equation g(x) which shows the shift horizontally of the parabola?

a) (x+6)^2 + 10

b) (x-4)^2

c) (x-6)^2 - 10

d) (x+10)^2

pick which one and give a brief explanation as to why you chose the one of your choice

What is the corresponding equation g(x) which shows the shift horizontally of the parabola?

a) (x+6)^2 + 10

b) (x-4)^2

c) (x-6)^2 - 10

d) (x+10)^2

pick which one and give a brief explanation as to why you chose the one of your choice

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Parviz F. | Mathematics professor at Community CollegesMathematics professor at Community Colle...

f( X ) = ( X + 6 ) ^2

f( X -10 ) = ( X + 6 - 10 ) ^2 = ( X -4 ) ^2

b is the correct answer

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