Saturday, October 2, 2010
Ch 1 Graph Functions
What I done was graph the functions on the graph(f(x)=|x|. I marked points from the function on the corresponding x-axis(horizontal) and the y-axis(vertical). All I had to do was mark the points from one end to the vertex, then make a reflection on the other end of the vertex. A reflection (f(x)=-|x|). When it reflects you change it to a negative. The red in the graph is (f(x)=|x| + 3). Then to graph it you just go up 3 units. Then you go down 3 units to form a translation. The other function is f(x)=|x + 4|. This is a transformation, when the function is on the x axis moving right or left.