anonymous
  • anonymous
Given a polynomial function f(x), describe the effects on the y-intercept, regions where the graph is increasing and decreasing, and the end behavior when the following changes are made. Make sure to account for even and odd functions. - When f(x) becomes f(x) − 1 - When f(x) becomes −f(x) + 1
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
subtracting one drops the graph one unit
Victoriasushchik
  • Victoriasushchik
Let's take an even function f(x) becomes f(x) - 3. The whole function is shifted down by 3 units because, for example, if f(a) 0, now its f(a) - 3 = 0 - 3, a shift downwards of 3 units. The regions where the function is increasing or decreasing stay the same for the x-axis but the y-values are shifted downwards by 3 units. The same thing happens for odd functions. When f(x) becomes -2f(x). the negative sign makes maximums minimums and minimums maximum. This is true for even and odd functions.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks! You helped a lot! @Victoriasushchik

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