9.2 continued - WarmWarm Warm-up What is the domain of each...

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Unformatted text preview: WarmWarm Warm-up What is the domain of each function? y= 3 x−3 y= 1 x2 − 2x − 3 Translations of Inverse Variations Recognize parent function for inverse variations Be able to translate a parent function Be able to describe asymptotes and symmetries of inverse variations Graph y= 4 x and y= 4 x−2 Graph The graph of y = and y= 4 x k + c is a translation of x−b y= 4 −2 x y= k x by b units horizontally and c units vertically. The vertical asymptote is x = b. The horizontal asymptote is y = c. Sketch a graph of y= 1 −3 x−2 Sketch the asymptotes and the graph of the equation. Step 1: Draw asymptotes x= y= Step 2: Translate y = x 1 y= −2 −3 x Write an equation for the translation of y = x that has asymptotes at x=-2 and y=3. 5 p. 488-489 # 15-21(odd), 22, 24, 34 ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course MTH 98 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '09 term at Grand Valley State University.

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9.2 continued - WarmWarm Warm-up What is the domain of each...

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