Equation: parent function (pre-image) is y=cos(x) Equation: image function is y= -2 cos 3(x-π) + 5 π = pie Explain how the graph of the image equation can be obtained from the graph of the parent function equation by applying the appropriate transformations?
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Originally Posted by The Math Man Equation: parent function (pre-image) is y=cos(x) Equation: image function is y= -2 cos 3(x-π) + 5 π = pie Explain how the graph of the image equation can be obtained from the graph of the parent function equation by applying the appropriate transformations? Answer it yourself using the following...it will be much more satisfying in the equation the amplitude is the period is the phase shift is and the d is a vertical shift up or down
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