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I've been trying to figure out why $f\ left(x\ right)=\ SQRT{x+2}$ƒ (x)=√x+2 IS a shift left 2. I keep thinking that it IS +2 and that means right 2.

Posted 4 years ago by **mathlete** in Math 30-1 | 2 answers

#transformations

Given $
Y-k=a\
left(x-h\
right)^2$ Y−k=a(x−h)^{2} , a=1, h<0, k>0, which quadrant is the vertex in?

Posted 4 years ago by **mathlete** in Math 30-1 | 3 answers

#transformations

if Y=f(x) is reflected in the x-axis, stretched horizontally by a factor of 1/2 and stretched vertically by a factor of 2, what is the new equation?

Posted 4 years ago by **mathlete** in Math 30-1 | 0 answers

#transformations

write $2\log_bx-\frac{\log_bZ}{2}$2 log_{b}x− log_{b}Z2 as a single logarithm

Posted 4 years ago by **mathlete** in Math 30-1 | 2 answers

#logs

A and B are in quadrant 1. Sin A = (4/5) and cos B = (7/9). Give an exact value for Sin (A+B).

Posted 4 years ago by **grk546** in Math 30-1 | 1 answers

#trigonometry

What is the vertical translation is applied to y=x squared if the transformation graph passes through point (4,19)?

Posted 2 years ago by **mathdude123** in Math 30-1 | 3 answers

#transformations

$\frac{\frac{y=\frac{f\left(x\right)}{ }}{ }}{y=\frac{g\left(x\right)}{ }}$y=ƒ (x) y=g(x)

Posted 2 years ago by **CRW20** in Math 30-1 | 0 answers

#transformations

consider the function

(2x^2+x-1)/(x^2-2x-3)

Find

Asymptotes

Point of Discontinuity

Domain

Range

Posted 2 years ago by **nikitaprasad** in Math 30-1 | 1 answers

#rational functions

How does the remainder of P(x)/x-a=Q(x)+R/x-a compare to R/x-a

What does the remainder of this division represent?

Posted 2 years ago by **nikitaprasad** in Math 30-1 | 1 answers

#polynomials

If the function of f(x) has a domain of [4,6] and a range of [2,3], what will the domain and range of g(x) be? $\frac{1}{2}g\left(x\right)+2=2f\left(x-3\right)$12 g(x)+2=2ƒ (x−3)

Posted 2 years ago by **mathlete** in Math 30-1 | 1 answers

#transformations