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anonymous

  • one year ago

suppose that F(x)=x^2 and G(x)=-1/5(x-3)^2. which statement best compares the graph of G(x) with the graph of F(x)? A. the graph of G(x) is the graph of F(x) compressed vertically, flipped over the x-axis, and shifted 3 units to the right B. the graph of G(x) is the graph of F(x) compressed vertically,flipped over the x-axis, and shifted 3 units to the left C. the graph of G(x) is the graph of F(x) stretched vertically, flipped over the x-axis,and shifted 3 units to the left D. the graph of G(x) is the graph of F(x) stretched vertically,flipped over the x-axis,and shifted 3 units to the

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    The answer D got cut off but it's the graph of G(x) is the graph of F(x) stretched vertically,flipped over the x-axis,and shifted 3 units to the right

  2. barrycarter
    • one year ago
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    Hint: think about (x-3)^2 first, then (1/5)*x^2 and then -x^2 ... it's those three transformations combined.

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