Can you please explain the transformations involved when transforming y = x^2 to y = 4(3x -6)^2 + 1

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- Jan 18th 2013, 01:02 PMelmidgeTransformations of quadratic equations
Can you please explain the transformations involved when transforming y = x^2 to y = 4(3x -6)^2 + 1

- Jan 18th 2013, 02:29 PMBariothRe: Transformations of quadratic equations
I dont understand what your question is sorry

- Jan 18th 2013, 02:42 PMSorobanRe: Transformations of quadratic equations
Hello, elmidge!

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- Jan 18th 2013, 03:14 PMelmidgeRe: Transformations of quadratic equations
Thank you can you also show me the transalations involved with transforming y = x^2 to y = 9x^2 -6x

- Jan 18th 2013, 04:47 PMProve ItRe: Transformations of quadratic equations
- Jan 18th 2013, 05:03 PMFuryanRe: Transformations of quadratic equations
The vertex of is at

The vertex of is at . A translation p units in the negative x direction and q units in the positive y.

If you complete the square for , you will have it in the above, vertex, form and will therefore know the transformations involved.

Can you do that?