How can you use what you know about transformations of functions to graph radical functions?

CoormaBak9 2021-06-13 Answered
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 Author has 109 answers
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.
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