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confused.

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    The graph of y = x2 is shown below. Using complete sentences, explain how the graph of y = 2(x + 3)2 – 4 would differ from this parabola?

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    I think the question is asking for the transformations that one graph undergoes to become the other graph

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    yes, but im exactly sure how im suppose to write out the answer. i guess idk how to put it in words

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    You could say if y=x^2 were shifted 3 units to the left, 4 units down and vertically stretched by a factor of two, it would equal the other parabola

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    yeah but what is the difference then?

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    the difference is that y=x^2 is 3 units to the right of the other parabola. all the transformation are differences

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    could say the vertex of y=x^2 is (0,0) while the vertex of the other one is (-3,-4)

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    i see now thankyou for helping

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    confusion over ? :)

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