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A Preview of Transformations Objective: Identify the transformations from one function to another.

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Example 1

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Overview If there is a value not attached to the x, it moves the graph up and down. If there is a value attached to the x (inside parenthesis) it moves the graph right to left.

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Try This Graph each pair of functions and identify the transformations from f to g.

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Try This Graph each pair of functions and identify the transformations from f to g.

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Try This Graph each pair of functions and identify the transformations from f to g.

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Example 2

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Try This Graph each pair of functions, and identify the transformation from f to g.

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Try This Graph each pair of functions, and identify the transformation from f to g.

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Try This Graph each pair of functions, and identify the transformation from f to g.

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Example 3

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Example 4

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Example 5

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Homework Page 139-140 11-51 odd

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