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Name: Danie Bull
oing Functions and Moving Them Around
Le learned from this unit. Write your answers in the
Step 2: Use the value of k that you found in Step 1 to write an equation for g(x). (1 point)
4. Use the functions below to complete Parts | and II.
A(x ) = x2
9 (x ) = ( x - 3) 2 + 2
Part 1: The graph of A(x) is shown below. g(x) has the same shape as f(x), but is shifted as described
by the equation g(x) = (x- 3)2 + 2. Draw and label the graph of g(x) on the same grid as f(x). (3
HINT: Making a table of values for g(x) may help you to graph it.
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f( x )
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Part II: Describe how the graph of g(x) relates to the graph of its parent function, f(x). (3 points)
HINT: Think about how f(x) was shifted to get g(x).

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