77 results for "transformation".

Question in Johnathan's workspaceSimple transformation of a log graph, evaluate asymptote and xintercept.

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A graph of $f$ is drawn. Graph of a transformed version of $f$ is to be sketched, by dragging various points around.

Question in Transition to university
Identify the centre of enlargement and the scale factor in a transformation of an image A to an image B

Question in Transition to university
Determine the way in which an image A has been reflected onto an image B.

Question in Transition to university
Describe a given linear transformation as a vector in Cartesian coordinates.

Exam (3 questions) in Transition to university
Identify the plane transformation performed to create a given diagram.

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Question in Anna's workspace
Horizontal and vertical shifts and scales of a random cubic spline

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Horizontal and vertical shifts and scales of a random cubic spline

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Horizontal and vertical shifts and scales of a random cubic spline

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Horizontal and vertical shifts and scales of a random cubic spline

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of a random cubic spline

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Graphing $y=a\log_{b}(x)+c$

Question in College Algebra for STEM
The easiest type of exponential to graph where the base is greater than 1 and no transformations take place.

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Graphing $y=a\log_{b}(\pm x+d)+c$

Question in College Algebra for STEM
The easiest type of exponential to graph where the base is greater than 1 and no transformations take place.

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Graphing exponentials with a base between 0 and 1 and no transformations take place.

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Graphing $y=ab^{\pm x+d}+c$

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Graphing $y=ab^x+c$

Question in College Algebra for STEM
Graphing $y=ab^x+c$

Question in Josh's workspace
This uses an embedded Geogebra graph of a sine curve $y=a\sin (bx+c)+d$ with random coefficients set by NUMBAS.

Question in Tom's workspace
This uses an embedded Geogebra graph of a sine curve $y=a\sin (bx+c)+d$ with random coefficients set by NUMBAS.