compare the parent function f(x)=x^2 to the quadractic function f(x)=-2x^2-6. the 6 in the function does which of the following? a.it makes the graph narrower than the parent function. b.it makes the graph wider than the parent
State the parent function that must be transformed to create the graph of y=2/3x^3 - 2. Describe the transformation that must be applied to the parent function. Parent function= x^3 I don't know the transformation...
What is the parent function of h(x) = -x^2? Is it h(x) = x^2 or h(x) = -x^2? How can I describe h(x) = -x^3 as a transformation of the parent function of a cubic function? Do I just say that it is a reflection, or is there a way
We have dealt mainly with only two genes, but the same principles hold for more than two genes. Consider the following cross: A/a ; B/b ; C/c ; D/d ; E/e × a/a ; B/b; c/c ; D/d ; e/e a. What proportion of progeny will
Can someone help me with this question? I got the transformation for horizontal shift and vertical shift, however, I don't know how to find the vertical/horizontal compression/stretch. 1. Describe the transformations that were
I'm trying to describe how the graph is related to the parent function. The parent function is x^3 and the problem is: y=-(0.8x)^3 I know its a reflection over the x-axis, but what is the formula for how much it expands or