In class, we were graphing

The picture shown to the left is the

1.)The original function is y=x2 which is in black.

2.)Then, up next is the

3.)The next

4.)I then combined an equation with

5.)The graph that looks upside down is the

6.) There is also an

7.)The last graph showed is combining both

In conclusion, this shows the different

**functions**of different kinds of**transformations**.The picture shown to the left is the

**function**y=x2 (squared).1.)The original function is y=x2 which is in black.

2.)Then, up next is the

**transformation**to**vertical translation**which is shifting up or down the units given. My equation is y=x2 + 3 which is shifting the**y-axis**up 3.3.)The next

**transformation**is the**horizontal translation**which is taking the given**function**and shifting it left or right by units given. My equation is y=(x-7)2 which shifted 7 units right in the**x-axis**. When X is subtracting a number given, then it is going to the right, but when it is adding a given number, then it goes to the left.4.)I then combined an equation with

**vertical**and**horizontal translation**. My equation i chosed was y=(x+3)2 - 2. This equation is shifted 3 unites to the left and 2 units down. To do this equation is the same as the ones above, but instead, I put both**transformation**together in one equation.5.)The graph that looks upside down is the

**reflections**. reflection is given when the given**function**is negative. My equation shows y= -x2. This equation is just the opposite of the original equation. They are ''reflecting", folding your paper hamburger style shows the**reflection vertically.**6.) There is also an

**horizontal reflection**, which is the having an negative X in an equation. For example, look at my original**function**, there is also another color outlining it which is y=(-x)2. This is the**reflection horizontally**, it is like folding your paper hot dog style, getting a mirror image.7.)The last graph showed is combining both

**translations**and**reflections**together. My equation shows y= -(x-4)2 - 2. This is pretty much the same as combining both the**horizontal**and**vertical****translation**but yo also include the**reflections**together.In conclusion, this shows the different

**transformation**for the parent**function**y=x2(squared).
## 2 comments:

Hi Cody,

Please post the other 4 graphs.

18/20 points. Good Work. Please change x2 to x^2

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