Describe the transformation that has taken place for the parent function f(x)=|x| f(x)=5|x+7|

Describe the transformation that has taken place for the parent function f(x)=|x| f(x)=5|x+7|

what transformations does this function go through

Christina owns a few fruit trees in her backyard and sells the fruit when it's ready. If her peach tree produces "p" pounds of fruit a day at a cost of f(p), what do the following expressions...

The point (1,-2) is on the graph of f(x). Describe the following transformations on f(x), and determine the resulting point. a) g(x)=2f(x)+3 b) g(x)=f(x+1)−3 c)...

if the point (-4,6) is on the graph of y=f(x), what point must be on the curve of the function: y=-1/3f(2x+4)+3

The point (−5,−2) is on the graph of y=g(x) . Give the coordinates of one point which must be on the graph of each of the following functions. (a) g(1/3 x) must have the...

describe three characteristics of the function y=log4x that remain unchanged under the following transformations: a vertical stretch by a factor of 3 and a horizontal compression by a factor of 2...

please find total number of possible values of k with explanation.please show graph if possible for you.thank you.

Math test tomorrow, one of the review questions???

In order to transform the vertex of y=x^2+4x+4 to the orgin, every point must be translated: a) 2 units left, b) 2 units right, c) 4 units left, d) 4 units right

Example: In –x^2– 4x+ 5 I would say ok so it has a reflection of the y axis, It moves right 4 units and moves up 5. But the answer is that instead of moving 4 units right, its 4 units LEFT...

please find total number of possible values of k with explanation.thank you.

What is the function whose graph is the graph of y=|x|, but is shifted down 5 units.

For horizontal compressions, I know you do it if x is greater than 1, but do you divide or multiply the x value by the c value? Why would it be a vertical compression of c? So...

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