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Your Transformation Equation y = - a f(-( x ± h)) ± k - a = x-axis reflection a > 1 = vertical stretch 0 < a < 1 = vertical compression -x = y-axis reflection + h = horiz shift left - h = horiz shift right + k = vert shift upward - k = vert shift downward

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Your Transformation Equation y = - a f(-( x ± h)) ± k - a = x-axis reflection a > 1 = vertical stretch 0 < a < 1 = vertical compression -x = y-axis reflection + h = horiz shift left - h = horiz shift right + k = vert shift upward - k = vert shift downward

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Your Transformation Equation y = - a f(-( x ± h)) ± k - a = x-axis reflection a > 1 = vertical stretch 0 < a < 1 = vertical compression -x = y-axis reflection + h = horiz shift left - h = horiz shift right + k = vert shift upward - k = vert shift downward

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Your Transformation Equation y = - a f(-( x ± h)) ± k - a = x-axis reflection a > 1 = vertical stretch 0 < a < 1 = vertical compression -x = y-axis reflection + h = horiz shift left - h = horiz shift right + k = vert shift upward - k = vert shift downward

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1 The graphs of many functions are transformations of the graphs of very basic functions. The graph of y = –x 2 is the reflection of the graph of y = x.

1 The graphs of many functions are transformations of the graphs of very basic functions. The graph of y = –x 2 is the reflection of the graph of y = x.

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