Transforming a Quadratic Function

Feb 3rd, 2012
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Again, similar to the reciprocal function, always for any transformation I like to start off with the parent function, which in this case is x^2. Then apply the transformations to the coordinates I know for x^2 and you should have a transformed function :)

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