# tranformations

• Nov 23rd 2008, 05:05 PM
william
tranformations
describe the transformations on y=squarerootx for the following

1. y= squarerootx+3
2. y=squarerootx (-4)
3. y=squarerootx-2
4. y=squarerootx (+5)
• Nov 24th 2008, 05:36 AM
euclid2
Quote:

Originally Posted by william
describe the transformations on y=squarerootx for the following

1. y= squarerootx+3
2. y=squarerootx (-4)
3. y=squarerootx-2
4. y=squarerootx (+5)

1. $\displaystyle y= \sqrt x + 3$

2. $\displaystyle y= \sqrt x (-4)$

3. $\displaystyle y= \sqrt x - 2$

4. $\displaystyle y= \sqrt x (+5)$

Are these the correct Equations? Your expressions are a bit hard to interpret.
• Nov 24th 2008, 01:06 PM
william
Quote:

Originally Posted by euclid2
1. $\displaystyle y= \sqrt x + 3$

2. $\displaystyle y= \sqrt x (-4)$

3. $\displaystyle y= \sqrt x - 2$

4. $\displaystyle y= \sqrt x (+5)$

Are these the correct Equations? Your expressions are a bit hard to interpret.

Yes, can you help me with them?
• Nov 29th 2008, 08:52 PM
william
Quote:

Originally Posted by william
describe the transformations on y=squarerootx for the following

1. y= squarerootx+3
2. y=squarerootx (-4)
3. y=squarerootx-2
4. y=squarerootx (+5)