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please help question below

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  1. anonymous
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    this is what i get for graphing both, but the answers are confusing me.

  4. idku
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    u don't need to graph the functions to determine the answer

  5. anonymous
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    okay. how can i determine the answer without graphing them?

  6. idku
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    \(\LARGE f(x)=2\log_{10}(x-1)-4 \) \(\LARGE g(x)=10(x-1)^2+4\) first I just want to put the functions up not to click a different tab every time

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    @mathstudent55

  8. idku
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    the parent logarithmic function is \(\LARGE L(x)=\log_{10}(x) \) (naming it L of x, becuase it is logarithmic) \(\LARGE L(x+a)=\log_{10}(x+a) \) is a shift a units to the left \(\LARGE L(x+a)=\log_{10}(x-a) \) is a shift a units to the right \(\LARGE L(x)=B\times \log_{10}(x) \) multiples times a scale factor B

  9. idku
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    how do you obtain the g(x) from a parent function \(\LARGE L(x)=\log_{10}(x) \) ?

  10. idku
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    i mean how do you obtain f(x) (not g of x)

  11. mathstudent55
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    When you replace x with x - h, h being a number, the function is translated h units horizontally. When you replace y with y - k, k being a number, the function is translated k units vertically.

  12. anonymous
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    so are you two saying that it's some sort of vertical shift?

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    someone please help me

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  17. anonymous
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    can someone help me?

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    SOMEONE

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