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A is correct

But is the given graph translated 4 units left? I thought a was right until I saw that

It would still have a v shape

But is the graph translated 4 units left or not?

It's just it won't have to be on the y axis

The diference is that A's graph can be moved from left the right but B's graph moves up and down

They are still the same

Shape

Yes.

do I move the second graph 4 units up or 4 units down?

For B, u can move both up and down. For A u can move both left and right

Think of A as horizontal and think of B as vertical

Wait, I think I got it. The graph is translated 2 units up, so I get it now

I think?

Is C correct? and is d and and e correct?

Hang on

How do u upload image?

Sry, on an Ipad

Yes c is correct. I'm investigating the equation of the graph

The graph looks like a sin graph but it has been dilated, translated, etc

The graph equation is 4sin(10/pi*x-2)-2

What should I do for D? Should I dilate it by 2?

And is graph E a compression?

Sry, I meant 4sin(5x/pi-2)-2

I'm not too sure about a and b

D and e are wrong tho.

Sry couldn't help as much

Anyone else with good help? Btw, thanks Plasmataco

Open a new one, please

Ok, will do.

I will include new graphs, (improved)