guys, i really need help on this! so i was given a equation as
y=3/4[ -2/5 (x+3)]^3 + 1
so far, i understand that the parent function is y= x^3
and i understand that the ys are all ways outside which is (vertical)
and the xs are always inside (horizontal)
i don't understand what do u do with the y-values mb and the x-value mb , which is the 3/4 = y and the -2/5 = x , overall i am really confuse on how to graph it.. have any tips on what to do, or a webpage to show me? thanks!!!!!
So far , i understand on the vertical and horizontal transformation, and i also its a form of y = a f [ k ( x - h)] + q and i understand that its a y= x^3 (parent function)
I understand that a is the y-mb value and k is the x- mb value but i do not know to graph them or what.
Can someone PLEASE, give me a detail explaination on this, and how to graph it. I know this is alot of work, but please for the sake of math!