anonymous
  • anonymous
The graph of -sqrt(x) is shifted 4 units up and 3 units right , what equation represents the new graph..? A. Y=-sqrt(x+4+3) B. Y=-sqrt(x-3+4) C. Y=-sqrt(x+3+4) D. Y=-sqrt(x-4+3)
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
None of these is correct. I think you probably meant to type: A. Y = -sqrt(x+4) +3 B. Y = -sqrt(x-3) + 4 etc.
anonymous
  • anonymous
These are my answer choices
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anonymous
  • anonymous
To shift a curve 3 units to the right, you replace *every* x in the equation by x-3 (NOT x + 3)! When you work with transformations involving x, it goes against your intuition! Shifting a curve up/down is much more intuitive: For example, if you want to shift " y = stuff" up 4, you'd get the new equation "y = stuff + 4". Now you try it...

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anonymous
  • anonymous
(The correct answer is indeed in the image you posted...)
anonymous
  • anonymous
If you want the full scoop about shifting up/down/left/right, you can look here: http://www.onemathematicalcat.org/Math/Precalculus_obj/shiftUDLR.htm

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