## anonymous one year ago f(x+4) shifts the function f(x), 4 units left on negative x axis. f(x)+4 shifts the function f(x), 4 units up on positive y axis. f(4x) will 1/4th the y coordinate only.( x remains as it is). 4f(x) will increase the y coordinate 4 times(x remains as it is).

1. anonymous

medal for anyone who just tells me

2. anonymous

i need this done lol i failed it once already

3. anonymous

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4. anonymous

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5. anonymous

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6. anonymous

lol ill help

7. anonymous

would you be willing to just give me the answer or no?

8. anonymous

dont really now much on this but i will try my best can u put it in simpler terms and where are u from if u dont mind me asking

9. anonymous

Given the function f(x) = 3(x − 3)2 + 2, indicate the shifts that will affect the location of the vertex, and explain what effect they will have. Use complete sentences. f(x+4) f(x) + 4 f(4x) 4•f(x)

10. anonymous

i meant this lmfao

11. anonymous

lol wow whas about to say

12. anonymous

lol im sorry but can you please give me the answer to that or no

13. anonymous

yes i will here

14. Nnesha

`f(x−h)` here h is horizontal shift `f(x) + k` here k is vertical shift y=a(x-h)^2+k if h is negative graph will shift h unit to the right if h is positive graph will shift h unit to the left if k is positive graph shift k unit p if k is negative some unit down

15. anonymous

that's right?

16. Nnesha

what ?

17. anonymous

dang nnesha was gonna give her the answer

18. anonymous

Basically the graph of f(x) is the graph of the expression 6x^2 shifted 3 units to right of the origin and 2 units vertically from origin along the +ve direction of y axis. So vertex of the graph of f(x) will be at the point (3,2)

19. Nnesha

no i will not trust me.

20. anonymous

am i right

21. anonymous

hello