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4.6.4Algebra II Sem 1Maycee ChaneyYou know that functions can be used to model many real-world situations. Transformations allow functions to be more flexible in the situations that they model.Use the distances shown in the table to sketch your project. Identify points on the coordinate plane and use these points to find a function that represents your structure. Finally, confirm yourfunction using the graphing tool.ProjectRadioTelescopeArchedBridgeDistance from toll booth/control room to center ofbridge/dish:100 m100 mHeight of support structure:50 mNAMaximum height/depth:10 m20 mMaximum width:60 m60 mYour choice: (1 point)_____ Radio Telescope Dish___X__ Arched Bridge
Your sketch:1. Make a sketch of your project. This will be either an upward or downward turned parabola.Show the measurements from the table on your sketch. (3 points)2. Sketch your project on a coordinate plane. The toll booth (bridge project) and control room (dish project) should be located at the origin.