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    guys f(x) is this graph but for 2a) f(x) +2 I translate fx 2 units up right? so it would cross through 2 and y would move upto 4 but what about the other side of the graph?
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    (Original post by samantham999)
    guys f(x) is this graph
    ???
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    (Original post by timster32)
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    Sorry, i added the question now
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    Move each side of the graph up by two units and you will also have to move the asymptote up to y=4
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    it all moves up by 2
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    (Original post by samantham999)
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Size:  41.5 KBguys f(x) is this graph but for 2a) f(x) +2 I translate fx 2 units up right? so it would cross through 2 and y would move upto 4 but what about the other side of the graph?
    The asymptotes would be y=4 and x=1 because the "+2" refers to the y-coordinate, so the curve would move up two. The right one would just be slightly higher up.
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    (Original post by dididid)
    it all moves up by 2
    so its just y=4 right? because I move it by 2 units each
    so coordinates would be 0,2
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    (Original post by timster32)
    The asymptotes would be y=4 and x=1 because the "+2" refers to the y-coordinate, so the curve would move up two. The right one would just be slightly higher up.
    asymptotes are the points close to the graph right?
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    asymptotes are the points close to the graph right?
    The asymptotes mean that the graph only tends towards a value but can't actually take that value. For example, the graph y=1/x has an asymptote of x=0, because the curve tends towards 0 but x can't actually be 0.
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    (Original post by timster32)
    The asymptotes mean that the graph only tends towards a value but can't actually take that value. For example, the graph y=1/x has an asymptote of x=0, because the curve tends towards 0 but x can't actually be 0.
    Understood! thank you
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    asymptotes are the points close to the graph right?
    no asymptotes are points where the curve will never reach but get very close to , i.e. f (x) has an asymptote with y= 2 so this means f(x) will never be equal to 2.
    and yes y=4 is correct as the translations are applied to the whole graph they will also apply to any asymptotes the graph has.
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    (Original post by dididid)
    no asymptotes are points where the curve will never reach but get very close to , i.e. f (x) has an asymptote with y= 2 so this means f(x) will never be equal to 2.
    and yes y=4 is correct as the translations are applied to the whole graph they will also apply to any asymptotes the graph has.
    completely understood. thanks
 
 
 
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