How to perform and describe a dilation.
How to graph radical functions without making a table of values.
How to graph parabolas with horizontal and vertical shifts without making a table of values.
How to graph absolute value equations without making a table of values.
How to graph parabolas that are wide or skinny or upside down without making a table of values.
How to make a table to graph any quadratic equation.
How to understand basic transformations of a polynomial graph.
How the value of h affects the shape of the graph y = A sin(B(x-h)).
How to graph y = f(x ? h) when f(x) = sqrt(x), and what kind of transformation to expect.
How to graph the transformation y = a f(x) + k when f(x) = abs(x).
How determine what transformation the graph y = f(bx) represents when b > 1.
How to determine the types of transformations, the definition of isometry, and how to say and write a transformation's new image.