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Yesterday's Homework:
Section 1.6: Transformations of functions
p. 71 Exercises #35 - 40 all.
Function transformations worksheet
Game: Function Transformations
Instructions:
Dry erase boards have been provided.
Write the numbers 1 and 2 on the dry erase board. This is where you will
write your answers.

Procedure:
A graph of a parental function will be shown, which will have one or
more transformations.

Using the dry erase boards you will:
1) Identify and write the parent function.
2) Identify the transformation(s) of the parent function and write an
equation that represents the transformed function in the graph.

***Raise the dry erase board up in the air when you have both of your
answers and say READY.

There are a maximum of 10 graphs, each is
worth 2 points.

Attention members of each group!
Incorrect answers do not earn any points.
Once READY you are not allowed to change
your answers.
It is absolutely inacceptable to shout.

Parent Function: f (x) = x
Transformation: Reflection over y-axis, horizontal shift 6 units
to the right.
Equation: g (x) = - x + 6
Parent Function: f (x) = x
2
Transformation: Reflection over x-axis and horizontal shift 2
units to the right.
Equation: g (x) = (x 2)
2

Parent Function: f (x) = | x |

Transformation: Reflection over x-axis and vertical shift 3
units up.
Equation: g (x) = | x | + 3
Parent Function: f (x) = x
Transformation: Reflection over y-axis and vertical shift 1 unit
up.
Equation: g (x) = - x + 1
Parent Function: f (x) =
3
x
Transformation: Horizontal shift 1 unit to the left.
Equation: g (x) =
3
x + 1
Parent Function: f (x) = | x |
Transformation: Reflection over x-axis, horizontal shift 2 units
to the right, and vertical shift 4 units up.
Equation: g (x) = | x 2 | + 4
Parent Function: f (x) = x
2

Transformation: Horizontal shift 1 unit to the left and vertical
shift 3 units down.
Equation: g (x) = ( x + 1 )
2
3
Parent Function: f (x) = | x |
Transformation: Horizontal shift 2 units to the left and vertical
shift 3 units down.
Equation: g (x) = | x + 2 | 3
Parent Function: f (x) = x
Transformation: Horizontal shift 5 units to the left and vertical
shift 2 units down.
Equation: g (x) = x + 5 2
Parent Function: f (x) = x
2

Transformation: Reflection over the x-axis and horizontal shift
4 units left.
Equation: g (x) = ( x + 4 )
2

Parent Function: f (x) = x
2

Transformation: Horizontal shift 3 units to the right and
vertical shift 4 units down.
Equation: g (x) = ( x 3 )
2
4
HOMEWORK
Section 1.5: Graphs of Functions
Page 61, # 13 - 26 odd
1. Draw a graph.
2. Describe increasing, decreasing or constant behavior of
the function.
3. Use your calculators to find relative minimum/maximum.
4. Write intervals on which the function is increasing or
decreasing.
Section 1.7: The Algebra of Functions
Write notes
Page 74 Sum, difference, product, and quotient of
functions
Page 76 Definition of the composition of two functions