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Examples, solutions, videos, worksheets, and activities to help PreCalculus students learn about horizontal and vertical graph transformations. How to graph horizontal and vertical stretches and compressions? Vertical Stretch and Vertical Compression y = af(x), a > 1, will stretch the graph f(x) vertically by a factor of a.

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Horizontal and Vertical Graph Transformations - 9 full examples as well as the basic outline of doing horizontal and vertical translations of graphs are shown! The audio is not the best, so sorry ...

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is a horizontal shift RIGHT 1 unit, and since 4 is added on the outside, this is a vertical shift UP 4 units. Apply the transformations, and we get the following graph: On some examples, they may not ask you to graph at all, but only list the transformations. So on example 5, the transformations would be “shifted right 1 unit and up 4 units.”

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Reflecting in the y-axis Horizontal Reflecting in the x-axis Vertical Vertical stretching/shrinking Vertical Horizontal stretching/shrinking Horizontal A summary of the results from Examples 1 through 6 are below, along with whether or not each transformation had a vertical or horizontal effect on the graph.

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Horizontal and vertical translations, as well as reflections, are called rigid transformations because the shape of the basic graph is left unchanged, or rigid. Functions that are multiplied by a real number other than 1, depending on the real number, appear to be stretched vertically or stretched horizontally.

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Unit: Transformations 3. Using the elementary function , create a new equation that will transform the given equation in the manner indicated. a. Right 7 units b. Down 3 units c. Left 4 units, Up 8 units 4. For each of the following: (i) Identify the parent function. (ii) Identify the transformation(s) on the parent function.

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Vertical Transformations To Graphs. Showing top 8 worksheets in the category - Vertical Transformations To Graphs. Some of the worksheets displayed are Graphical transformations of functions, Vertical and horizontal shifts work 3, Transformations of graphs date period, Graphs of trig functions, Graph transformations, Transformations of quadratic functions, Vertical and horizontal shifts of ...

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by starting with a ‘basic model’ and then applying a sequence of transformations to change it to the desired function. In this discussion, we will explore moving a graph up/down (vertical translations) and moving a graph left/right (horizontal translations). When you finish studying this lesson, you should be able to do a problem like this:

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Let us start with a function, in this case it is f(x) = x 2, but it could be anything:. f(x) = x 2. Here are some simple things we can do to move or scale it on the graph: We can move it up or down by adding a constant to the y-value: