Transformations of Functions; How anyone can learn
We first discuss transformations of functions usually with Absolute Value or Quadratic Functions. In addition to graphing by creating a table, using transformations allows us another alternative to graphing. However it is important to notice that this is only true when a quadratic is in a form where we can identify the transformations. For example a quadratic function can be in standard or vertex form. Vertex form will allow graph based on the values that affect our graph.
In my first video I will describe how our different functions can be affected based on where the function is affected. We will discuss, horizontal, vertical transformations, reflection over the x and y-axis, compression and stretching
Now we will look at some examples where we use some functions in replacement of f(x)