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ramirokool

  • 2 years ago

If the parent function is , describe the change in the equation .Answer Moves 5 units up Vertical stretch by a factor of Moves five units to the right Moves 5 units to the left

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  1. ramirokool
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    |dw:1355029352622:dw|

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    For option B it had a number at the end |dw:1355029410556:dw|

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    @mathstudent55 Help me here if your not busy thanks.

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    @phi can you help?

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    @Kainui can you help

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    @DLS can you help?

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    @zepdrix @tkhunny help anyone?

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    \(y = \dfrac{1}{x}\) Moves 5 units up \(y = \dfrac{1}{x} + 5\) Vertical stretch by a factor of 5 \(y = 5\cdot\left(\dfrac{1}{x} + 5\right)\) Moves five units to the right \(y = 5\cdot\left(\dfrac{1}{x-5} + 5\right)\) Moves 5 units to the left That's odd. We would just be reversing the last one. Maybe we weren't supposed to do them sequentially.

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    Which one would be the changed @tkhunny Pick an option please.

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    @Alfonso92 Help with this one?

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    @Alfonso92 This one man come here!

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