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but what if the function is moved, then what is the line of symmetry? like (x,y)-> (x+3, y-1)? i understand where the line is visually but i don't know how to write the equation

  • FST (functions, stats, and trigonometry) -

    What equation are you trying to write?

    (x,y)-> (x+3, y-1) represents a coordinate sytem shift (translation)

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