# Create a new function in the form y = a(x- h)^2 + k by performing the following transformations on f (x) = x^2 Give the coordinates of the vertex for the new parabola. h(x) is f (x) shifted right 3 units, stretched by a factor of 9, and shifted up by 7 units. h(x) = ? Edit Coordinates of the vertex for the new parabola are: x=? y =?

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Create a new function in the form $$y = a(x- h)^2 + k$$ by performing the following transformations on $$f (x) = x^2$$
Give the coordinates of the vertex for the new parabola.
h(x) is f (x) shifted right 3 units, stretched by a factor of 9, and shifted up by 7 units. h(x) = ?
Edit Coordinates of the vertex for the new parabola are:
x=?
y =?

2021-02-06
h(x) is f(x) shifted 3 units left. So, h(x)=f(x+3)
Then stretched by a factor of 2. So h(x)= 2f(x+3)
Reflected accross x axis. So, h(x) = -2f(x+3)
Then shifted up 7. $$h(x)= -2f(x+3)+7= -2(x+3)^2 + 7$$
Answer: $$h(x) = -2(x+3)^2 + 7$$
We compare h(x) with $$a(x-h)^2+k$$. So h=-3 and k=7.
Vertex=(h,k)=(-3,7)
$$h(x)=-2(x+3)^2+7$$

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