Hey,
I just want to make sure I correctly understand unit vectors. I know they indicate units of length or magnitude, but how does that play out practically speaking? Take the following example.
x f(x)=x^2
1 1
2 4
3 9
4 16
And so on. In layman's terms, what is exactly going on there? It looks like a simple exponential expression, but is that correct? Probably not, because wouldn't you just write f(x)=x2 (squared)? I just don't quite get the whole concept...
What if it's f(x)=x^3? How does that play out?
Thanks in advance!
he may have been refering to a vertical or horizontal shift, did he say shift to the right/left, or just a vertical shift of +6. in that case, he means you take a graph and you shift it up by +6. this happens when you add 6 to a graph.
see the diagram below for an example. the red graph is x^2 and the blue is x^2 + 6, that is, x^2 shifted up by 6 units.