Given the function f(x) = x2 and k = –3, which of the following represents a vertical shift?

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Given the function f(x) = x2 and k = –3, which of the following represents a vertical shift?

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f(x) + k kf(x) f(x + k) f(kx)
when you are dealing with any function \(f(x)=x^w\), a vertical shift is: \(f(x)=x^w+c\) (shift up), OR \(f(x)+x^w-c\) (shift down).
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I mean \(fx)=x^w-c\) for the last equation ...
btw, you don't need to know the value of the k to answer this question.
yes this helps.
Ok, and your answer is?
would it be d?
I guess it didn't help at all....
it seems as though you are guessing....
I'm trying to understand
okay wait would it be a?
im so bad at math sorry I'm really trying to get this
Say you have a function \(f(x)=x^w\) -------------------------------- \(f(x\cdot k)=(x\cdot k)^w\) that is just increasing the base, and gives you a different function. \(f(x)+c=x^w+c\) ~ shift up when c>0 ~ shift down when c<0. \(kf(x)=k(x)^w\) ~ you are stretching the function when k>1, ~ shrinking when 00
so it would be a
yes, A is the correct answer.
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