Transformations




            Double Spiral
Translations
Translations
Translations



       In general we write ...

               y = ƒ(x ­ b) + a

      Now you try ...
The graph of g(x) is formed by sliding the graph of ƒ(x) 4 units to the left. If 
ƒ(x) = sin(x ­ 2) + 5, write an equation...
Given                   , write the equation that translates the graph of ƒ(x)  three 
units to the left.
Write g as a function of ƒ, and ƒ as a function of g.
Homework tonight is 
exercise 7.  




     Studying. As you 
     should probably be 
     doing right now.
Attachments


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     Studying. As you should probably be doing right now.
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Slides February 24th

  1. 1. Transformations Double Spiral
  2. 2. Translations
  3. 3. Translations
  4. 4. Translations In general we write ... y = ƒ(x ­ b) + a Now you try ...
  5. 5. The graph of g(x) is formed by sliding the graph of ƒ(x) 4 units to the left. If  ƒ(x) = sin(x ­ 2) + 5, write an equation in terms of sine to represent g(x).
  6. 6. Given                   , write the equation that translates the graph of ƒ(x)  three  units to the left.
  7. 7. Write g as a function of ƒ, and ƒ as a function of g.
  8. 8. Homework tonight is  exercise 7.   Studying. As you  should probably be  doing right now.
  9. 9. Attachments Picture clipping.pictClipping Studying. As you should probably be doing right now. Double Spiral http://fooplot.com/

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