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Math Help - anyone know parent graphs ?

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    anyone know parent graphs ?

    im in a math analysis course and i had the flu and was given a take home worksheet on parent graphs when i got back

    Here are some of the problems im working on if any one can give me a direction it would be appreciated

    1. y= (x-3)^2 + 4

    2. y= x^2 + 6x -1

    3. y= (x+1)^3 - 4

    4. y= x^2 -8x +10

    5. y= x^2 +16x +60

    6. y= (x-1)^2 +1

    7. y= x^2 -1

    8. y= (x-1)^2
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    WHOOOOPS

    parent Graph probably \not= antiderivative. Dang, I didn't know that. Sorry
    Last edited by Rapha; May 3rd 2009 at 10:37 AM.
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    is there a chance that there is a for dummies version of the last post because i missed the whole week we went over this stuff
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    go to the link for a good interactive site that deals with the transformations of parent graphs.

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