Posted by **ladybug** on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 5:28pm.

the graph of y=1/3 3square root x+5 can be obtained from the graph of y=3square root x by which transformations?

Horiztonal shift:

a. 5 units to the left

b. 3 units to the right

c. 3 units to the left

d. 5 units to the right

By what factor of y=3 square root x be stretched or shrunk?

a. shrink by a factor of 1/3

b. stretch by a factor of 1/3

c. shrink by 3

d. stretch by 3

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