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Transformations Math Functions



The base function f(x) = 1/3 is reflected in the x-axis, stretched horizontally by a factor of 2, compressedvertically by a factor of 3 , and translated 3 units to the left and 5 units... more
Transformations Precalculus Matrices


Precalculus Matrices Transformations Problem

A transformation rotates about the origin by an angle of  counter-clockwise, then dilates (with center at the origin) by a factor of  Find the matrix for this transformation.Any help would be... more
Transformations Geometry Algebra Reflection


how does one reflect point (-1, 10) over line x=11?

Transformations Precalculus Algebra Functions


Function Transformation - Determine three point that lie on the graph of y=g(x)

The points (-12, 6), (0, 8), and (8, -4) lie on a graph of y=f(x). Determine three points that lie on the graph of y=g(x).g(x) = (1/2)f(x-2)+1
Transformations Algebra 2


Transformation in absolute function

if f(x)=2|x+5|-3 and g(x)=5f(x) what is the simplified equation for g(x)
Transformations Math Geometry Prealgebra


I'm stuck :( Can someone help me?

Which sequence of transformations will map figure Q onto figure Q′?Two congruent trapezoids figure Q and figure Q prime are drawn on a coordinate grid. Figure Q has vertices at (-9, 2), (-6, 4)... more
Transformations Geometry


urgent math help for homework

What is the algebraic description that describes the translation that maps     onto  ?     (x   , y   )
Transformations Trigonometry


The image of the point (1,-2) after a rotation of -180° about the origin is

Transformations Functions


write an equation for the function whose graph fits the given description.

The graph f(x)=x^2 is shifted 8 units to the left and 5 units downward.
Transformations Algebra 2 Graphing


Write the equation of a line that is perpendicular to y=2/3+5

Transformations Math Precalculus


If f(x) = 1- (1/x), then f(-n) is equal to...?

If f(x) = 1- (1/x), then f(-n) is equal to...?a) f(n)b) 1/(f(n))c) f(-1/n)d) 1/(f(n+1))d) is the correct answer, but how do you get it as the answer?


How to describe the transformation to the base function y=x^

how do you describe the transformations to the base function y=x^ that have been applied to y =-1/7x^+3


translating functions help!

I cant figure this out. it asks if it consists of the points (x,-f(x)), (x,f(-x)), or (f(x),x) and i dont know which one   Let f(x)=−4x−5. Describe the transformations from the graph of f to the... more


Write the quadratic function f(x) = x2 - 5x + 3 in vertex form

how do u go from standard to vertex form
Transformations Math


How can I solve this Laplace transformation?

e4t*t, my professor doesn't know how to solve this problem, and neither do I
Transformations Math Algebra 1 Algebra 2


Algebra - Transformations word problem

A scientist sets up a pipette he will use to drip a chemical into a beaker full of water. The concentration of the chemical in the beaker over time is modeled by C(x), where x is time in minutes.... more
Transformations Algebra 1


a student graphed f(x)=x and g(x)=f(x) 3 on the same coordinate grid. Describe, in words, how the graphs of f and g are related.

Transformations, I need help please!!!


Write a rule for g described by the transformation of the graph of f. Then identify the vertex.

f(x)=(x-5)^2-6; horizontal shrink by a factor of 1/3 and a translation 3 units down, followed by a reflection in the x-axis.


if vertex A is located at (-1,2) what are the coordinates of A

ABC is translated 6 units up and and 3 units to the left to create A'B'C  


Describe a transformation that maps f(x) to g(x)

1.   f(x)=x+7; g(x)=(x-1)+7 2.  f(x)= -x-5;  g(x) = -(x-3)-5


What is the sequence of transformations that maps △PQR to △P′Q′R

The coordinates of the vertices of △PQR are P(4, −2) , Q(6, −4) , and R(8, 0) .The coordinates of the vertices of △P′Q′R′ are P′(−4, 3) , Q′(−6, 5) , and R′(−8, 1) .A sequence of transformations... more
Transformations Math Geometry Equation


What transformation is represented by the rule (x, y)→(x, y+3)

What transformation is represented by the rule (x, y)→(x, y+3) ?translation 3 units downtranslation 3 units lefttranslation 3 units righttranslation 3 units up


apply the transformation

apply the transformation f(x+2) to f(x)=3x+4

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