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...

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...

I have a paper on transformations and one of my questions is to write a rule to describe the transformation and i do not know how to do that.

how do u go from standard to vertex form

e4t*t, my professor doesn't know how to solve this problem, and neither do I

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....

How do I prove that the transformation b/w the preimage and image is rigid. Additionally, how to I prove congruency in terms of rigid motion. I'm very confused about this topic. How am I supposed...

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

Transformations, I need help please!!!

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.

Weekly Math Homework

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

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...

What transformation is represented by the rule (x, y)→(x, y+3) ? translation 3 units down translation 3 units left translation 3 units right translation 3 units...

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

regarding transformation

Define T: P2 to R2 by T(p) = [p(1),p(2)] T(p) is a 2 x 1 matrix with row 1 being p(1) and row 2 p(2) in case that formating above is confusing. I think I understand the steps that...

if (2,2) is an imagine point for y= -5(8x-14)^3+7, find the original point.

Given f(x)=af[b(x-h)]+k, why does the graph stretch horizontally by a factor of 1/b, but not by a factor of b?

2(y+2)=f(-x) to y=f(x), or isolating y. If I start by dividing 2 on both sides, does it only account for the y value?

Two search parties start at the courthouse steps where a missing girl was last seen. Party A travel north 4 blocks and east 8 blocks. Party B travels with 5 blocks and south 3 blocks. How many blocks...