The graph of F(X)= X^(1/2), shift down 3 and then reflect off the x-axis I'm getting F(X)=-1(x)^(1/2)-3, but the answer in the book has F(x)= -1(x)^(1/2)+3 When I reflect my y values do I also reflect my shift?
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Originally Posted by Crazyheaven The graph of F(X)= X^(1/2), shift down 3 and then reflect off the x-axis I'm getting F(X)=-1(x)^(1/2)-3, but the answer in the book has F(x)= -1(x)^(1/2)+3 When I reflect my y values do I also reflect my shift? If g is obtained by reflection of f over the x-axis, With your example: ........ Original function ........ Translation by three units down ........ Reflection over the x-axis Thus
Originally Posted by earboth If g is obtained by reflection of f over the x-axis, With your example: ........ Original function ........ Translation by three units down ........ Reflection over the x-axis Thus I was thinking that might be it.
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