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    what transformation is needed to graph y = x^2=k and y=x^2
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    Quote Originally Posted by ocean_star View Post
    what transformation is needed to graph y = x^2=k and y=x^2
    y = x^2 is a basic shape, there is no transformation. y = x^2 + k is graphed from y = x^2 by translating y = x^2 up by k units (assuming k is positive).
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