CoormaBak9
2021-06-13
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How can you use what you know about transformations of functions to graph radical functions?

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Bentley Leach

Answered 2021-06-14
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All that we used in transformations of graphs of linear and square functions, can be applyed to the graphs of radical functions.

If we are adding or subtracting a number from the x, than the function will translate left and right.

If we are adding or subtracting a number from the y, than the function will translate up and down.

Same goes for reflecting given functions across x-axis, y-axis and the (0,0) point.

If we are adding or subtracting a number from the x, than the function will translate left and right.

If we are adding or subtracting a number from the y, than the function will translate up and down.

Same goes for reflecting given functions across x-axis, y-axis and the (0,0) point.

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