Posted by **Megan** on Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 3:44pm.

I have a question if someone could help, please explain it.

Given b = -1 and h = -1, what is the equation of the graph if the parent function is y = sqrt (x)

Answers:

a.y = sqrt(x-1)

b.y = sqrt (-x+1)

c.y = - sqrt (-x-1)

d.y = sqrt(-x-1)

I think it is "b"

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