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# Transformations of Functions Quiz Integrated Math 2

## Name ______________________ Date ___________ Block: _____

1) Find the image equation of the following functions after applying the given transformations: a) y = x after a vertical translation 3 units up
1 mark K

1 mark K

## c) y = 3x 2 after a vertical dilation by a factor of 4

1 mark K

2) The graph of f (x) is pictured below. On the same axes, graph the following transformations of f (x). Clearly label your different functions!! 1 a) f ( x) 2
3 marks A

b) f (x + 2) 5

3 marks A

c) f (-x)

2 marks A

y
10

3. Given f (x) below, write the equations of the graphs in a), b), c) and d) in the answer key located directly to the right of the legend

x
-10 -8 -6 -4 -2 -2 2 4 6

-4

-6

-8

f(x) a) b) c) d)

Note, each equation will build on the previous equation, until your final equation is in the form af (b( x + c)) + d - it is possible that not all a, b, c, d will be used.

10

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## a)___________________ b)___________________ c)___________________ d)___________________

1K 1K 1K 1K

-10

3. e) Describe the transformations, in words, that occur in going from i) ii) iii) iv) f (x) to a)_______________________________________________________ a) to b)_________________________________________________________ b) to c)_________________________________________________________ c) to d)_________________________________________________________
1 K, 1 C 1 K, 1 C 1 K, 1 C 1 K, 1 C

## and Jen graphed a transformation from f (x) = x2 to f ( x) + 3 = x 2 + 3 like this:

Even though both students graphed a vertical shift up 3 units, and a vertical reflection around the xaxis, their final results look different. Explain (with some specifics) why this is the case. Whose results are correct?
4 marks T

5) Since Richard knows about transformations, he can make informed predictions about functions and their characteristics and their properties. For example, given the function y = (x + 3)2 6, he can make a prediction (just by looking at the function) as to: (a) whether or not the parabola opens upwards or downwards. (b) whether or not the parabola has x-intercepts. So, does the function: (a) open up or down? How do you know? So, does the function: (b) have x-intercepts? How do you know?
2 marks T 2 marks C