anonymous
  • anonymous
Graph the function. lx + 2l -2
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schrodinger
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AccessDenied
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Do you know how to graph y=|x|? We just take the graph of |x| and move it a bit for this function
anonymous
  • anonymous
i have no idea what your talking about can u draw what my graph looks like
AccessDenied
  • AccessDenied
you have no idea? is there something thats confusing you in particular? y=|x| is just a function (the absolute value of x), its just a "V" on the graph |x + 2| - 2 is moving the entire graph down two and left two, but keeping that same shape

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i just dont uderstand the whole question
AccessDenied
  • AccessDenied
like, this would be the graph of |x|
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  • AccessDenied
and then we just take the entire graph and "shift" it, move it like this you should end up with the same graph, but at a different location
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anonymous
  • anonymous
yea the way your explaining it is confusing me lol
AccessDenied
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sorry, its not the easiest thing to explain. :P did you learn how to do the transformations? maybe I'm approaching this in the way i learned it and not how you learned it the graph looks like this (in purple)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i havent learned that at all
AccessDenied
  • AccessDenied
are you just doing graphing different functions then? Like, picking x-values and finding the y-value to plot them on the graph?
anonymous
  • anonymous
honestly i have no idea :( this is the only graphine problem i have on my homework
AccessDenied
  • AccessDenied
hmm.. what section are you doing, then?
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  • AccessDenied
or, whats the topic*
anonymous
  • anonymous
i have 4 questions that i have no idea how to do this is pre algebra i do online schooling
anonymous
  • anonymous
this is another one of my questions A fireworks company has two types of rockets called Zinger 1 and Zinger 2. The polynomial -16t^2 + 150t gives the height in feet of Zinger 1 at t seconds after launch. The polynomial: -16t2 + 165t gives the height of Zinger 2 at t seconds after launch. If the rockets are launched at the same time and both explode 6 seconds after launch, how much higher is Zinger 2 than Zinger 1 when they explode? A. 414 ft B. 990 ft C. 90 ft D. 324 ft
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Oh! Okay. I'm totally thinking that this was like Algebra II transformations! (It looked that way from my point of view, heh) The other way to do this problem is just selecting a few points to plot and finding the y-values then you plot them on the graph like, you could do x=-3, x=-2, x=-1, x=0, and x=1 and find those y-values, plot them on x-y graph
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
this is choice a (-2, -2)
AccessDenied
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that should be correct.for the first one then
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for the second problem about the rockets, we know that the polynomials are the height of the rockets after time t we just use t=6 in each polynomial since that'll give us the height for each rocket at that time

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