How do you find F 3 on a graph?
How do you find the value of F 3?
What does find F 3 mean?
What does F 3x do to a graph?
How do you find the value of FFX?
Which is f (- 3 for the quadratic function graphed?
What type of transformation is F 3x?
|y=f(3x)||divide each x by 3||[4,8]|
|y=2f(x-3)-5||multiply each y by 2 and subtract 5; add 3 to every x||[3,11]|
|y=-f(x)||reflect about x-axis||[-8,-4]|
|y=1/f(x)||take the reciprocal of each y||[1/8,1/4]|
How do you read YFX files?
How do you work out YF 2x?
When you multiply a function by what is the effect on its graph?
What is dilation on graph?
How do you do transformations on a graph?
- Identify The Parent Function. Ernest Wolfe. …
- Reflect Over X-Axis or Y-Axis. …
- Shift (Translate) Vertically or Horizontally. …
- Vertical and Horizontal Stretches/Compressions. …
- Plug in a couple of your coordinates into the parent function to double check your work.
How do you multiply on a graph?
What happens if you multiply a function by 2?
How do you multiply points on a graph?
How do you multiply numbers?
What is FX multiplication?
If we multiply a function by a coefficient, the graph of the function will be stretched or compressed. Given a function f(x), we can formalize compressing and stretching the graph of f(x) as follows: A function g(x) represents a vertical stretch of f(x) if g(x) = cf(x) and c > 1.