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hi. Whenever you see a () and depending on the sign you are shifting left or right if you see a + in the () you are moving left if you see a - in the () you are moving right
() <- parenthesis
(x+3) means we're moving left by 3 units do you have the original graph with you or do you have a question that just says "Which of the following represents the graph of f(x) = 2(x + 3)"
no it just ask me, "Which of the following represents the graph of f(x) = 2(x + 3)" and gives me four graphs
ok... I only see 3 graphs attached
I'm missing a graph.
ok the answer is really not that one... that's shifting up 3 units and we can't have a parenthesis
http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/5590bce2e4b0058b2bb7418d-marcorie-1435548965102-math.gif <-- appears that I'm going down 3 units. Not this one either
and it's the wrong sign too. I would've had a - for down
oh ok so it has to be the third one?
I was comparing carefully between the first and this one http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/5590bce2e4b0058b2bb7418d-marcorie-1435549126870-math.gif but it seems like it's right. I'm just double checking the coordinate points.. then again anything that is shifted to the left by a lot should be right
blah I meant between the second and third.. looks like the second one is the original and there are graph shifts
first and fourth are out...
ok thank you i think its the third also
yeah.. because the first and fourth were obviously not shifting to the left.. I see up and down
it was kind of hard because f(x) =2(x+3) is actually a line
yeah when i looked it up it showed a lin.
ahhahaha those guys gave the wrong function XD!
i used the same website
oh cool. I had to use that site once last year for Partial Differential Equations D:
anyway thank you so much :))))
you're welcome :)