On a review sheet, there is a problem that says: A reflection in the x axis of y = f (x) is represented by h (x) = ____________ while a reflection in the y axis of y = f (x) is represented by h (x) = ______________.
I got confused with h (x). What does h (x) have to do with f (x)?
i know this sounds redundant, but h(x) is just the reflection of f(x) in the axes. its just another way of putting it, they could also have noted g(x) or f(x)'. you need to determinez the reflection of f(x). dont get carried away with the way they note it.
Do you mean?
Originally Posted by scouser
Do you mean the following:
If y = f(x), the reflection about the x-axis is represented as
y = -h(x) or h(x) = -f(x).
If y = f(x), the reflection about the y-axis is represented as
y = h(-x) or h(x) = f(-x).
Is any of this correct?