I have several problems that look like this.

Could someone walk me through the first one:

The graph of the function y=f(x) contains the point (2,5)

What point is guaranteed to be on the graph of y=f(x+3)-5 ?

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- Jan 31st 2013, 11:13 AMsy416[solved]Finding what point is guaranteed to be on the graph.
I have several problems that look like this.

Could someone walk me through the first one:

The graph of the function y=f(x) contains the point (2,5)

What point is guaranteed to be on the graph of y=f(x+3)-5 ? - Jan 31st 2013, 11:46 AMPlatoRe: Finding what point is guaranteed to be on the graph.
- Jan 31st 2013, 12:18 PMsy416Re: Finding what point is guaranteed to be on the graph.
- Jan 31st 2013, 12:24 PMPlatoRe: Finding what point is guaranteed to be on the graph.
- Jan 31st 2013, 12:25 PMsy416Re: Finding what point is guaranteed to be on the graph.
- Jan 31st 2013, 12:27 PMPlatoRe: Finding what point is guaranteed to be on the graph.
- Jan 31st 2013, 12:30 PMsy416Re: Finding what point is guaranteed to be on the graph.
- Jan 31st 2013, 12:31 PMsy416Re: Finding what point is guaranteed to be on the graph.
Wait I think I have it...

- Jan 31st 2013, 12:34 PMsy416Re: Finding what point is guaranteed to be on the graph.
Ohh! I have to choose an x value that will bring it back to f(2) .. soo... x= -1

y= f(-1+3)-5

y= f(2) - 5

y= 5-5

y=0

(-1,0)

Thank you! - Jan 31st 2013, 12:34 PMPlatoRe: Finding what point is guaranteed to be on the graph.
- Jan 31st 2013, 12:37 PMsy416Re: Finding what point is guaranteed to be on the graph.