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swiftskier96
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20. In the equation y = ab^(x – h) + k, how does the value of k affect the graph?
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swiftskier96 Group Title
20. In the equation y = ab^(x – h) + k, how does the value of k affect the graph?
 one year ago
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you put into the equation an x value and it gives you a y. if you add something to y (like k), the y value is bigger. if the point were are (0,1) for example and you add 1, the new point is (0,2) it is at the same x value but at a higher y value. The whole graph is shifted up (or down if h is negative)
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Ok cool. Thanks!!! :)
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*typo The whole graph is shifted up (or down if k is negative)
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