Apply transformations to graphs of polynomials Find zeroes of a transformed polynomial function

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  • Apply transformations to graphs of polynomials
  • Find zeroes of a transformed polynomial function

Apply transformations to graphs of polynomials Find zeroes of a transformed polynomial function
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Apply transformations to graphs of polynomials Find zeroes of a transformed polynomial function
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Katrina S
School: Duke University

I have completed the final problem both with and without imaginary numbers. If you have any questions about anything, please just let me know by replying.

Ma1
A vertical stretch is preformed by multiplying the parent function by the stretch factor. So, a vertical
stretch by a factor of 3 will give transform the equation to :
y = 3x^3
Horizontal shifts are made i...

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