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Please help!!!:) medal rewarded! For the parent function √3:(x) , what effect does the values h = -4 have on the graph? A. Horizontal shift of 4 units to the right B. Horizontal shift of 4 units to the left C. Vertical shift of 4 units up D. Vertical shift of 4 units down

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    @tcarroll010

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    a quick question

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    is the graph sqrt(3x) -4

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    no its y= power of 3 sqrt x

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    ok

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    @ryan123345

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    could you draw an image of the equation for some reason i cant see clearly what the equation is

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    |dw:1365025746916:dw|

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    so wat would be my answer

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    sorry do you need the imaginary part as well

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    down by 4

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    The answer is D.

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    thanks @Cemeteria

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    |dw:1365026272584:dw|

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    |dw:1365026328447:dw|

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    sorry i am terrible with the pen

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  17. alexwantstolearn
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    another way to think about it is x^3/2 because you have your square root and the power of 3

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