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How would you translate the graph of y=[x] to obtain the graph of y=[x-3]+5?

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  1. JayDS Group Title
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    (x-3) means the graph is moved 3 units to the right (x+3) means the graph is moved 3 units to left easy way to remember is opposite, if it is - to right if it is + to the left

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    I would move it 3 to the right and up 5

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    +5 is vertical translation up -5 is vertical translation down.

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    Thanx both of yall

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    yw

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