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Given b = 4 and h = 1, what is the equation of the graph if the parent function is y=√(x)
EXAMPLE OF WHAT B AND H STAND FOR!
Given b=2 and h=4 What is the equation of the graph if the parent function is y=SQRT X?
assuming u meant the b as base as x = 2 , and the h as height as y = 4
x = 2 ===> horizontal translation
y = 4 ===> vertical translation
y = √(x) <===== parent function
y = √(x + 2) + 4
 2 years ago
Screenshot attached! Given b = 4 and h = 1, what is the equation of the graph if the parent function is y=√(x) EXAMPLE OF WHAT B AND H STAND FOR! Given b=2 and h=4 What is the equation of the graph if the parent function is y=SQRT X? assuming u meant the b as base as x = 2 , and the h as height as y = 4 x = 2 ===> horizontal translation y = 4 ===> vertical translation y = √(x) <===== parent function y = √(x + 2) + 4

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piscez.in
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0ideally it should be \[ \sqrt{\left( x4 \right)} + 1\] but theres no such option, so i am not very sure, sorry
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