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I have an equation which gets translated but i dont know how ot affects the equation I'll post the question below thanks for any help
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11.iii)
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(Original post by alavni)
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11) iii) Top row of column vector is for units moved right, bottom row is for units moved up. You should also be familiar with how function translations work, f(x+k) moves a graph k units left (keep this in mind as the sign will be the opposite to the column vector), and f(x)+k will move the graph k units up (so the same sign as the column vector)
Here the graph has moved 2 units right, this can be represented by f(x-2), and you can substitute (x-2) to any values of x in the equation. From there, all you have to do is expand the brackets and simplify

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f(x) = (x - 4)^2 - 3 -> f(x-2) = ((x - 2) - 4)^2 - 3

y = (x-6)^2 - 3

y = x^2 -12x + 36 - 3

y = x^2 -12x + 33
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