his graph of a function is a translation of y = 4/x . What is an equation for the function?

- anonymous

his graph of a function is a translation of y = 4/x . What is an equation for the function?

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- anonymous

is this a completer question???

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- Mertsj

It would be most helpful if you would post the entire question.

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- Mertsj

yes. I'm still trying to figure out what the question is.

- Mertsj

Consider the hyperbola y = 4/x If you change it to y = 4/(x+1) that moves the center 1 space to the left. If you change it to y = 4 (x-1) that moves the center 1 space to the right.

- Mertsj

If you change it to:
\[y=\frac{4}{x} +1 \]
that moves the center one space up.

- Mertsj

If you change it to
\[y=\frac{4}{x}-1\]
that moves the center one space down

- Mertsj

So you need to figure out where the center of the hyperbola is and then you will know how it has been moved from (0,))

- anonymous

i really dnt know non of thsi stuff do u know which one of the answers it would be? @Mertsj

- Mertsj

The center of the hyperbola shown in the picture is (-6,2) Choose the equation with that center. And you really do need to learn this stuff.

- anonymous

ok. I think its B. @Mertsj

- Mertsj

Choice b has been moved left 2 and down 6. so do you think that's what happened in the picture?

- anonymous

no I think left 6 and down 2

- anonymous

So D?

- anonymous

@Mertsj

- Mertsj

How is it down 2?

- anonymous

left 6 up 2

- anonymous

now im confused so its not B or D so last options are A and C... I don't think its A

- Mertsj

Yes. Left 6 and up 2 so which equation is that?

- Mertsj

Well then, if it is not A, B or D which one is it?

- anonymous

C lol

- anonymous

But is that correct?

- Mertsj

Yes.

- anonymous

awesome thank you!!! <3

- Mertsj

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