- Jered Bright
In the text field, insert the basic parent function you wish to have graphed using LaTeX entry methods. (For example enter "x^2" to graph the basic quadratic function, "sqrt(x)" for the graph of a square root function, "abs(x)" for the graph of an absolute value function.) f(x) will display the parent function in blue and g(x) will be the transformed function in red. You may then Enter values for a, b, c, and d in the fields below. [Note: each value is limited from -100 to 100 and you may use mathematical constants such as pi and e.] The equation of g(x) will also be displayed. Notice the relationship between the displayed points (A, B, C, D, E) on f(x) and their transformed images (A', B', C', D', E').
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