The "parent" functions of each of the types of are the un-translated, un-dilated, un-rotated and un-reflected forms of the function types that we have learned so far, as well as a few that we have left to learn.
For example, the parent function of "f(x) = 2x + 3" is "f(x) = x."
You will be completing all of your mathematical tasks today in a Microsoft Word document.

You must know these functions and be able to sketch graphs of linear, quadratic, absolute value, cosine, sine and tangent functions.
(1) What is the parent function of "f(x) = x + 2"? Capture a screen shot of the parent function ("Command" + "Shift" + "4") and the function "f(x) = x + 2," and insert these screen shots into your Word document. How is the function parent function transformed to produce the image "f(x) = x + 2"?
(2) What is the parent function of "f(x) = x + 2"? Capture a screen shot of the parent function ("Command" + "Shift" + "4") and the function "f(x) = x + 2," and insert these screen shots into your word document. How is the parent function transformed to produce the image "f(x) = x + 2"?
(3) What is the parent function of "f(x) = (x + 2) + 2"? Capture a screen shot of the parent function ("Command" + "Shift" + "4") and the function "f(x) = (x + 2) + 4," and insert these screen shots into your word document. How is the parent function transformed to produce the image "f(x) = (x + 3) + 4"?