Math 30 Pure
posted by Jodine .
(y+2)^2=(x+1)
I want to know if (x+1)=(y+2)^2 is the same thing, and if it is, then is the stretch factor 1?

It is the same. This is the identity theorem.
I don't see a stretch factor here. 
I am supposed to descibe the relation, would i just say a horiz. trans. 1 left and 2 units down?
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