## How do you describe a transformation on a graph?

if k < 0, the graph translates downward k units. mind that y = f (x), we can write this formula as (x, f (x)) → (x, f (x) + k)….

Transformations of Function Graphs
-f (x) reflect f (x) over the x-axis
k•f (x) multiply y-values by k (k > 1 stretch, 0 < k < 1 shrink vertical)

## What is the math term reflection?

A reflection is a transformation representing a flip of a figure. Figures may be reflected in a point, a line, or a plane. When reflecting a figure in a line or in a point, the image is congruent to the preimage. A reflection maps every point of a figure to an image across a fixed line.

## What is General Mathematics all about?

General Mathematics aims to develop learners’ understanding of concepts and techniques drawn from number and algebra, trigonometry and world geometry, sequences, finance, networks and decision mathematics and statistics, in order to solve applied problems.

## How can you use transformations in real life?

One real world example of transformations is with planes. A plane at Takeoff is the same size and shape of the same plane while landing or on the runway. It is just a Translation since the plane is just in a different angle.

## What do we mean by transformation?

A transformation is a dramatic change in form or appearance. An important event like getting your driver’s license, going to college, or getting married can cause a transformation in your life. A transformation is an extreme, radical change.

## How do you describe a parent function?

A parent function is the simplest function that still satisfies the definition of a certain type of function. For example, when we think of the linear functions which make up a family of functions, the parent function would be y = x. This is the simplest linear function.

## What are two types of transformation?

2 Transformation Types and Examples

• Translation. The translation transformation shifts a node from one place to another along one of the axes relative to its initial position.
• Rotation. The rotation transformation moves the node around a specified pivot point of the scene.
• Scaling.
• Shearing.
• Multiple Transformations.

## What are transformations in a graph?

When the graph of a function is changed in appearance and/or location we call it a transformation. If we add a positive constant to each y-coordinate, the graph will shift up. If we add a negative constant, the graph will shift down. For example, consider the functions g(x)=x2−3 and h(x)=x2+3.

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