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# Functions & Relations 111/112 – Assignment #1

## Quadratic Functions – Graphing, Mapping Rules, and Parameters

Read each question carefully and show your work. Attach all work that you

1. Given the following quadratic functions, write the corresponding mapping rule.

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a) y +1 = ( x −1) 2 b) − ( y + 2) = ( x − 2) 2 c) ( y −1) = x 2
2 2
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d) − ( y − 6) = x 2 e) − ( y −16 ) = ( x +1) 2 f) − y = ( x + 4) 2
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g) ( y + 3) = ( x − 4) 2 h) 2( y − 3) = 3( x − 4) 2 i) ( y + 3.2) = ( x −1.3) 2
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## 2. For each of the functions in question #1, state all parameters.

3. Given the parameters, write the corresponding quadratic equation in transformational form.

## a) horizontal translation: 3 right; vertical translation: 2 down; no reflection; vertical

stretch factor of 2

## b) axis of symmetry: x = -4; maximum function value: y = 3; vertical stretch factor of 1

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c) vertex: (5, 2); reflection present; vertical stretch factor of
4

## d) co-efficient of x2 in general form is -2; no horizontal translation; maximum value of

y = -1

e) vertex moves 2 units left, 6 units up from origin when the parabola is transformed from
y = x2; parabola has a minimum; vertical stretch factor of 1

4. Make a graph of each parabola from question #3. Accompany your graph by a table of values
that includes a minimum of five points, including the vertex.