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y = 4/x What is an equation for the function?
Functions are always written with f(x) notation. y = f(x) so `f(x) = 4/x`
this is the questions This graph of a function is a translation of y = 4/x . What is an equation for the function? this is the graph
You didn't post "translation" the first time
Sorry! can you help still?
Hint: The graph moves 5 units to the left and 2 units upward
so it would be y = 4/(x+6) + 2?
these are the answers I have A. y = 4/(x+2) + 6 B. y = 4/(x+2) - 6 C. y = 4/(x+6) + 2 D y = 4/(x+6) - 2
Yes, sorry, y = 4(x + 6) + 2 is correct
Thanks for your help :)!!
You should try graphing them yourself next time.