anonymous
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The graph below has the same shape as the graph of G(x) = x2, but it is shifted down three units and to the left two units. Complete its equation. Enter exponents using the caret (^); for example, enter x2 as x^2. Do not include "F(x) =" in your answer.
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i tryed to do it on my own but didnt work and looked at examples and still didnt work.
anonymous
  • anonymous
hello ?

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anonymous
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g(x)= x2 is an upward parabola with axis (0,0)... have u got that??
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea
anonymous
  • anonymous
if u put Y= y-3 ... and X= x ???
anonymous
  • anonymous
have you seen the picture
anonymous
  • anonymous
I could not see it...access denied...sad times
anonymous
  • anonymous
thtss weird it let me see it
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
You can attach the image to the problem directly rather than linking it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, so the graph is the same as \(y = x^2\) But it's shifted down 3 units. So how will the y values of the graph relate to the y values of \(y=x^2\) for a particular value of x?
anonymous
  • anonymous
can i just have the answer just to see what you put tht i didnt put i had (x+-3)^2
anonymous
  • anonymous
If we call F(x) the y value of the function and G(x) = \(x^2\). What is F(x) in terms of G(x)?
anonymous
  • anonymous
idk , (x+1)^2
anonymous
  • anonymous
If x = 0, what will F(x) be?
anonymous
  • anonymous
0
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is that what your graph shows? Here's a better question. If H(x) is just had a parabola that looked exactly like \(x^2\) but was shifted down 3 units. What would H(0) be?
anonymous
  • anonymous
\(0^2 = 0,\) but our H(x) is shifted down 3 from this graph, so H(0) would be?
anonymous
  • anonymous
-3
anonymous
  • anonymous
And if x = 1?
anonymous
  • anonymous
What is \(G(x) = x^2 =?\) and what is our hypothetical H(x) ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
(1+-3)^2
anonymous
  • anonymous
No. If x=1, then \(G(x) = (1)^2 = 1\) And since H is still shifted down 3, we'd have H(x) = 1-3 = -2. So we can see that for any given value for x, H(x) = G(x) - 3
anonymous
  • anonymous
look i dont knoww this stuff , im just about to give im seriously
anonymous
  • anonymous
You're doing fine, but I'm trying to take it one step at a time and lead you to the concepts that will allow you to solve these quickly and easily. I think part of the problem is that you imagine that you just aren't going to be able to understand and therefore try to just guess at a solution to get it over with.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you have a little bit of time?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yess , alot
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok. Lets start over then. Forget about this problem for a second. And lets take a look at a simpler problem.
anonymous
  • anonymous
If I have a function G(x) = x, What does that look like?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yess , alot
anonymous
  • anonymous
F(x)=x
anonymous
  • anonymous
No, G(x) = x. What does the graph of this look like?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I haven't said anything about F(x) yet ;) be patient =)
anonymous
  • anonymous
look idk , its crazzy i just need the answer so i can move on i know that your trying to help me and to get better at my math but i just need the answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
Getting the answer will not help you on the test.
anonymous
  • anonymous
it will .
anonymous
  • anonymous
You said you have time. Please also have patience also.
anonymous
  • anonymous
this is in a time thing so yeaa .
anonymous
  • anonymous
G(x) = x is just a line passing through the origin. When x = 0, G(x) = 0, when x = 1, G(x) = 1, and so on.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay that was more simple next step
anonymous
  • anonymous
Now lets say we have another function F(x) that is the same shape (a straight line with a slope of 1) but it's not going through the origin. It is shifted down 3 units. \(x = 0 \implies F(x) = ? \) \(x = 1 \implies F(x) = ? \)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Given how I have discribed F, what will F(0) be?
anonymous
  • anonymous
If G(0) = 0, and F(0) is the same as G(0) but shifted down 3 units.. What is F(0)?
anonymous
  • anonymous
look im geting confused , this math is stressing mee outt , like really
anonymous
  • anonymous
Deep breath. If G(0) = 0, and F(0) is G(0) but shifted down 3 units, wouldn't F(0) = 0 - 3 = -3?
anonymous
  • anonymous
ive been said -3
anonymous
  • anonymous
You said -3 about something else. I said we were starting over with an easier problem.
anonymous
  • anonymous
What is F(1) ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
manee , can you just tell me the answer because ive been stuck on the same question for like an hour
anonymous
  • anonymous
If you are not interested in learning, I'm not interested in teaching. No I won't help you cheat.
anonymous
  • anonymous
then flutter you then lame

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