Question

# Describe how the transformation of the graph of compares with the graph of .

- Vertical stretch
- Vertical compression
- Horizontal stretch
- Horizontal compression

Hint:

### Change in the constant with same slopes is considered as a horizontal stretch.

## The correct answer is: Horizontal stretch

### >>>>We can apply horizontal stretch to a function by multiplying its input values by a scale factor, a, where 0 < 1/a < 1. What does this mean for functions such as f(x)? When 1/a is multiplied to x, f(x)’s graph stretches horizontally by a scale factor of a.

Given

where

So, the transformation of the function is a horizontal stretch

The given function function finally becomes 0.2f(x) which is reduced from the given function.

>>>>It is said to be Horizontal stretch.

### Related Questions to study

### Write the equation of the transformed function when the function is vertically stretch by a scale factor of 6.

The function becomes 3x + 18 after vertical stretch.

### Write the equation of the transformed function when the function is vertically stretch by a scale factor of 6.

The function becomes 3x + 18 after vertical stretch.

### The graph of is a ______ of

Adding or subtracting a constant k to an input of the function translates the graph horizontally by k units.

### The graph of is a ______ of

Adding or subtracting a constant k to an input of the function translates the graph horizontally by k units.

### Let . Suppose you multiply 3 to the input of the f to create the new function g. Write the equation that represents g?

By Substituting 3x in place of x gives 3x-2.

### Let . Suppose you multiply 3 to the input of the f to create the new function g. Write the equation that represents g?

By Substituting 3x in place of x gives 3x-2.

### Describe how the value of k affect the slope of the graph of compared to graph of .

The slopes of the given functions is 2.

>>>Therefore, the slopes of the both equations are same.

### Describe how the value of k affect the slope of the graph of compared to graph of .

The slopes of the given functions is 2.

>>>Therefore, the slopes of the both equations are same.

### Let . Suppose you subtract 3 from the input of the f to create the new function g. Write the equation that represents g?

Horizontal stretch just change the constant of the function.

Putting x-3 in place of x gives 3x-11.

### Let . Suppose you subtract 3 from the input of the f to create the new function g. Write the equation that represents g?

Horizontal stretch just change the constant of the function.

Putting x-3 in place of x gives 3x-11.

### Let . How does the graph of compare with the graph of f?

The Horizontal Stretch is the variation of the function that stretches the function by multiplying the independent variables with the inverse of the coefficient of the function.

>>>Therefore, we can say that the given function is Horizontally stretched.

### Let . How does the graph of compare with the graph of f?

The Horizontal Stretch is the variation of the function that stretches the function by multiplying the independent variables with the inverse of the coefficient of the function.

>>>Therefore, we can say that the given function is Horizontally stretched.

### Let . How does the graph of compare with the graph of f ?

Horizontal translation is the function variation that relates the properties of a function and shifts a function to horizontally to obtain the other function.

### Let . How does the graph of compare with the graph of f ?

Horizontal translation is the function variation that relates the properties of a function and shifts a function to horizontally to obtain the other function.

### The graph of is a _________ of when 0 < k < 1.

Multiplying the output of a linear function f by k scales its graph vertically.

So, when 0 < k < 1 the transformed graph is a vertical compression.

### The graph of is a _________ of when 0 < k < 1.

Multiplying the output of a linear function f by k scales its graph vertically.

So, when 0 < k < 1 the transformed graph is a vertical compression.

### Describe how the function compares with the graph of the function

f(x) = 5x+3 and g(x) = 5(x-2)+3

>>>Then, By comparing the terms of equations there is exactly 2 units shift of g(x) to right to reach f(x).

### Describe how the function compares with the graph of the function

f(x) = 5x+3 and g(x) = 5(x-2)+3

>>>Then, By comparing the terms of equations there is exactly 2 units shift of g(x) to right to reach f(x).

### Describe how the graph of the function compares with the graph of the function

Vertical stretch is a type of compression of the functions with the independent variable.

### Describe how the graph of the function compares with the graph of the function

Vertical stretch is a type of compression of the functions with the independent variable.

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Identify the two points on the graph.

### The two points on the graph are given by the function .

Identify the two points on the graph.

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