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Graphing Radical Equations using Shifts - Problem 1
MA, Stanford University
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Often we are asked to write an equation for how to change a parent graph and function, in this case, f(x) = root (x) , according to some shift, stretch, and/or reflection. Here we practice turning verbal descriptions of transformations into new functions.
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