Match transformation of the function y = csc x with description of the resultant shift in the original cosecant graph. Tiles -1 + csc(x − π) -1 + csc(x + π) 1 + csc(x + π) 1 + csc(x − π) Pairs Resultant Shift in the Function's Graph Transformation of the Function The graph of csc x shifts one unit down and π radians to the left. arrowBoth The graph of csc x shifts one unit up and π radians to the right. arrowBoth The graph of csc x shifts one unit down and π radians to the right. arrowBoth The graph of csc x shifts one unit up and π radians to the left. arrowBoth

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Match transformation of the function y = csc x with description of the resultant shift in the original cosecant graph. Tiles -1 + csc(x − π) -1 + csc(x + π) 1 + csc(x + π) 1 + csc(x − π) Pairs Resultant Shift in the Function's Graph Transformation of the Function The graph of csc x shifts one unit down and π radians to the left. arrowBoth The graph of csc x shifts one unit up and π radians to the right. arrowBoth The graph of csc x shifts one unit down and π radians to the right. arrowBoth The graph of csc x shifts one unit up and π radians to the left. arrowBoth

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@green_1 Could you help with this question?
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1) The graph of csc x shifts one unit down and π radians to the right. 2) The graph of csc x shifts one unit down and π radians to the left. 3) The graph of csc x shifts one unit up and π radians to the right. 4) The graph of csc x shifts one unit up and π radians to the left.
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those are the descriptions of the resultant shift in the original cosecant function's graph.
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1) -1 + csc(x − π) 2) -1 + csc(x + π) 3) 1 + csc(x + π) 4) 1 + csc(x − π) those are the transformations of the function y = csc x.
So we just need to match them with the other four I listed earlier.
Your answers are correct @PrincessAurora
I need to match them with each other
The right ones
1 - c 2 - a 3 - d 4 - b
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