Explain how the graph of y-5=(x-3)^2 can be obtained from the graph of y=x^2. My answer is Shift the graph of y=x^2 right 3 units and up 5 units, but I'm not sure if that is right. Thanks for looking it over with me.

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- June 25th 2006, 12:48 AMkwtolleyalgebra and trigonometry with analytic geometry problem
Explain how the graph of y-5=(x-3)^2 can be obtained from the graph of y=x^2. My answer is Shift the graph of y=x^2 right 3 units and up 5 units, but I'm not sure if that is right. Thanks for looking it over with me.

- June 25th 2006, 02:28 AMQuickQuote:

Originally Posted by**kwtolley**