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# Chapter 1, Section 1.3, Intelligent Tutoring Question 004 Shifting graph Up Or down Suppose f is a function and & > 0. Define functions g and h by g(x) = f(x...

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###### Chapter 1, Section 1.3, Intelligent Tutoring Question 004 Shifting graph Up Or down Suppose f is a function and & > 0. Define functions g and h by g(x) = f(x) + a and h(x) = f(x)Thenthe graph of 9 is obtained by shifting the graph of f up a units_ the graph of h Is obtained by shifting the graph of f down a units_Part 1Your answer is correctAssume that fis " the function defined on the interval [1, 2] by the formula f(x) Sx2 + 5. The graph of g Is obtained by shifting the graph of f

Chapter 1, Section 1.3, Intelligent Tutoring Question 004 Shifting graph Up Or down Suppose f is a function and & > 0. Define functions g and h by g(x) = f(x) + a and h(x) = f(x) Then the graph of 9 is obtained by shifting the graph of f up a units_ the graph of h Is obtained by shifting the graph of f down a units_ Part 1 Your answer is correct Assume that fis " the function defined on the interval [1, 2] by the formula f(x) Sx2 + 5. The graph of g Is obtained by shifting the graph of f down 2 units Write the formula for 9 g(x) Sx +3 edlt  #### Similar Solved Questions

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