PLEASE HELP!!! Which statement describes the translation of y = −1/2(x − 2)^2 − 2 from standard position? A. Moved up and to the right B. Moved up and to the left C. Moved down and to the left D. Moved down and to the right

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PLEASE HELP!!! Which statement describes the translation of y = −1/2(x − 2)^2 − 2 from standard position? A. Moved up and to the right B. Moved up and to the left C. Moved down and to the left D. Moved down and to the right

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hint: look at the general form a(x-h)^2 + k
the (h,k) tells us where the vertex is
would it be down and to the left?
definitely down
but the x-2 means we 2 units to the right
oh
it's probably counterintuitive, but it's the opposite x-2 means 2 right x+2 means 2 left
it's the opposite because of the x-h it's the opposite of whatever h is
IF it were x+h then you'd be right
okay, so the answer is down and to the right, or D, right?
yeah
thanks :)
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