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2 Reflections

In the last section we looked at translations – in which the position of a graph is altered. Think – picking up a

graph and moving it left / right or up / down …. and then dropping it.

We’ll next consider reflections, which affects a graphs orientation. Think of – lifting the top or bottom (or left

side or right side) of a graph and flipping it over. (Vertically or horizontally)

Warm-up

Exploration #1 Vertical Reflections %

is on the right. Sketch the mirror image of the

graph, reflected in the #-axis. Be sure to

indicate the placement of the 7 indicated points.

Label the new graph $ < # .

2 Describe how the coordinates change from the graph

of $ ( # to $ < # .

such as $ # 3 2, so that the graph is reflected

about the #-axis. Determine an equation of the

reflected graph, in terms of #.

Exploration #2

1 The graph of $ ( # is on the right. Sketch the mirror

image graph, again reflected in the #-axis.

Label the new graph $ < # , and label the new

coordinates of the five indicated points.

all coordinates from $ ( # to $ < # .

both the graph of $ ( # and $ < # . What do

they have in common?

Exploration #3

1 Sketch function $9 #2 4# 5 in your graphing calculator. State the coordinates of the vertex.

2 Sketch function $2 # 2 4# 5 in your graphing calculator and state the coordinates of the

vertex. How do the two graphs compare?

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alternatively say “vertically reflected about the line $ 0”

All points are transformed #, $ → #, $ . Points on the #-axis are invariant. (they don’t change)

To obtain the new equation of a graph vertically reflected about the #-axis, replace with .

Let’s dive in on that last note, to obtain the equation - replace “$” with “ $”.

We saw this in action in Warm-Up #3 where we graphed $9 #2 4# 5

and $2 # 2 4# 5 . Vertex is at 2, 1

Start with: $ #2 4# 5

After vertical

Replace with : $ #2 4# 5 reflection it’s at

2, 1

Isolate : $ #2 4# 5

Now simplify: $ #2 4# 5

To obtain the equation of a graph that’s been vertically reflected about the line $ 0, either

replace in the original equation with … OR (equivalently) make the entire original equation negative.

Same result – both simplify

to $ # 2 4# 5

$ #2 4# 5 $ #2 4# 5

1 The graph on the function ( # # 2 is on the right.

Sketch the mirror image of the graph, reflected in the $-axis.

Be sure to indicate the placement of the 4 indicated points.

Label the new graph $ < # .

2 Describe how the coordinates change from the graph

of $ ( # to $ < # .

Explore using your graphing calculator!

Explain how to change the equation of a function so that the graph is reflected about the $-axis.

Exploration #5

1 The graph of $ ( # is on the right. Sketch the mirror

image graph, this time reflected in the $-axis.

Label the new graph $ ℎ # , and label the new

coordinates of the five indicated points.

2 State the mapping rule that describes the change in

all coordinates from $ ( # to $ ℎ # .

graph of $ ( # and $ ℎ # . %

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

Exploration #6

1 Sketch function $9 #2 4# 5 in your graphing calculator. State the coordinates of the vertex.

2 Sketch function $2 # 2 4 # 5 in your graphing calculator and state the coordinates of the

vertex. How do the two graphs compare?

alternatively say “horizontally reflected about the line # 0”

All points are transformed #, $ → #, $ . Points on the $-axis are invariant.

To obtain the new equation of a graph horizontally reflected about the $-axis, replace with .

Let’s dive in on that last note, to obtain the equation - replace “#” with “ #”.

In Warm-Up #6 above we graphed $9 #2 4# 5 and

$2 # 2 4 # 5

reflection it’s at

2, 1

1 For each reflected graph below, where indicated (), state the function equation in terms of ( # , then

indicate the mapping rule and invariant points.

2 For each reflected graph where indicated (), state the function equation in terms of #.

% %

Mapping Rule:

, All pts #, $ →

Mapping Rule:

All pts #, $ →

, ,

Any invariant point(s)

,

Any invariant point(s) are on the

are on the

$ ( #

Math foreshadowing time: There’s actually a third type of reflection we consider

in this course – a reflection about the line $ #. # ( $

Here, for all points on the graph and the equation, ,

we switch and .

We’ll revisit this type of reflection at the end of the unit! ,

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Class Example 1.21 Sketching a Reflected Graph to all warm-ups and class examples

Given the graph of $ ( # below, i – describe the type of reflection, ii - sketch each indicated graph,

iii - provide a corresponding mapping rule, and iv - describe the location of any invariant point(s).

(a) Sketch the graph of $ ( # (b) Sketch the graph of $ ( #

i - Type of Reflection: i - Type of Reflection:

ii ii

% %

Example described below. For each scenario, sketch the resulting graph and:

(i) State an equation for the reflected function in terms of ( # and in terms of #

(ii) Determine the new coordinates for the point B 5, 2 after the transformation

(iii) State the location of an coordinates of any invariant point(s)

(iv) State the domain and range of each transformed function

(a) The graph of $ ( # is vertically (b) The graph of y ( # is horizontally

reflected about the line $ 0. reflected about the line # 0.

Sol: (a) Vertical reflection involves making “$”, (b) Horizontal reflection involves making only

that is the entire expression, negative. “#” negative.

i - Equation in terms of (: % i - Equation in terms of (: %

Equation in terms of #: $ # 4 1 Equation in terms of #: $ # 4 1

Simplifies to…. OPTION - Simplifies to….

iii – Invariant pts are on the #-axis: ,! iii – Invariant pts are on the $-axis: !,

iv – Domain of ( # is No change in the domain iv – Domain of $ ( # is | ≤ , ∈ℝ

#|# 4, # ∈ ℝ after vertical reflection

No change to the Range of $ ( # , it is

Range of ( # is Range after vertical reflection still $|$ 1, $ ∈ ℝ

$|$ 1, $ ∈ ℝ is | ≤ , ∈ ℝ

$ ( # $ # 4 1 $ ( #

4, 1

, 4, 1 4, 1

$ # 4 1

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

Answer all questions as prompted.

(a) The graph of $ ( # is vertically (b) The graph of $ ( # is horizontally

reflected about the line $ 0. reflected about the line # 0.

in terms of ( # : in terms of ( # :

Equation, in Equation, in

terms of #: terms of #:

ii Given the graph of $ ( # , sketch the ii Given the graph of $ ( # , sketch the

transformed function on the same grid: (Be sure transformed function on the same grid: (Be sure

to plot the new location of any indicated points) to plot the new location of any indicated points)

iv Domain of iv Domain of

transformed function: transformed function:

Range of Range of

transformed function: transformed function:

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we encounter some interesting cases!

First, consider % . %

We can reflect this graph vertically, with the resulting equation .

What if we tried to reflect the graph of % horizontally?

Would this change the graph? How about the equation?

2

$ #

simplifies to… (same function!)

$ ( #

< #

# or horizontal reflection gives the same graph!

ℎ # #?

1 1

$ $

1, 1 # same! #

$ #? $ # ?

same!

Can you see visualize how the graphs would also be the same?

$ # ?

Also note that applying both reflections

returns the original function: Vert. reflection Horizontal

to ' by applying both a vertical and horizontal reflection.

Does the order in which the reflections are applied matter? %

(b) State an equation for $ < # , both in terms of

( # and in terms of #.

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

1. Each graph below, sketch the indicated function on the same grid, and provide the indicated characteristics.

(a) $ ( # (b) $ < # (c) $ ℎ #

% .

'

2. For each function below, sketch the function as described, and provide the equations and invariant points.

(a) Sketch $ < # , obtained by reflecting the (b) Sketch $ 5 # , obtained by reflecting the

graph of $ ( # in the line $ 0 graph of $ ℎ # about the $-axis

in terms of ( # : in terms of ℎ # :

in terms of #: in terms of #:

Invariant point(s): Invariant point(s):

3. Determine the equation of each transformed function, obtained by reflecting the graph of :

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4. For each of the following, the thicker graph of is obtained by transforming the thinner graph. For (a)

and (b) a reflection is applied, (c) enjoys both a reflection and a translation.

Determine an equation representing each thicker graph, as prompted.

(a) (b) (c)

$ ( #

$ ℎ #

$ H #

' /

5. Each graph of $ < # below is obtained by reflecting the corresponding graph of $ ( # . Determine an

equation representing $ < # , in terms of #, for each.

(c) ( # # 3 2 1

(a) ( # # ? 6# 2 12# 8 (b) ( # # 3 2

Step-by-step solutions, along with videos and additional practice exams, can be found at math30-1edge.com

1. (a) %

(b) (c)

i #, $ → #, $ '

ii 0 , 3

.

on $-axis

i #, $ → #, $

2. (a) i #, $ → #, $

' ii 5, 0 and 2, 0 , on #-axis

(b) i 5 # ℎ #

,, ii 5 # # 9 1

,

i < # ( # optional - simplify:

ii < # # 1 2 1 / ,

iii 2, 0 and 0, 0 ' iii 0, 2

on #-axis on $-axis

2 2

3. (a) $ 2# # 1 (b) $ 2# # 1

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

equation representing $ 5 # , in terms of #, for each case.

(a) ℎ # # 4 3 (b) ℎ # # 3 4

/

. /

. / .

7. Each of $ < # below is obtained by reflecting the corresponding graph of $ ( # and applying a

translation. Determine an equation representing $ < # , in terms of ( # , for each case.

(a) (b) (c)

% '

%

' % '

8. $ ( # has a domain #|# 7 , # ∈ ℝ , a range $|$ ≤ 1 , $ ∈ ℝ , and a graph that passes through B 6, 2 .

Determine the new domain and range, as well as the new coordinates of B when the graph of $ ( # is:

(a) Reflected about the (b) Reflected about (c) Reflected about the line $ 0 and

line $ 0 the $-axis vertically translated 5 units down.

i D: i D: i D:

ii R: ii R: ii R:

Answers from previous page

4. (a) < # ( # (b) 5 # ℎ # (c) 1 # H # 2

? 2

5. (a) < # # 6# 12# 8

Pretty neat how that

(b) < # # 3 2 Optional – simplify to…. worked out, no?

2 2 2 2

(c) < # # 3 1 < # 1 # 3 1 < # 1 # 3 1 '

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2

9. A function ( # # 6 2 is reflected about the line # 0.

Exam

Style

Use the codes below to complete the following statement.

0 Horizontally 2 18 6 left

1 Vertically 3 12 7 right NR This provides the same affect as ______ translating

4 6 8 up first digit of answer

the graph _____ units _____.

5 4 9 down

second digit third digit

10.

Exam

Style

The point B 8, 2 lies on the graph of a function $ ( # . Listed below are all possible

coordinates of the new point corresponding to B after ( # undergoes a transformation.

Point 1 8, 2 Point 2 8, 2 Point 3 24, 6

Point 4 2 8 Point 5 8, 2 Point 6 8, 6

Reflected in the line # 0 is _____. First digit of your answer

Reflected in the line $ 0 is _____. First digit of your answer

Transformed to $ 4 ( # 16 is ____. Third digit of your answer

Exam

Style An equation for the resulting function is:

A. $ #2 10# 33

B. $ #2 10# 33

C. $ #2 10# 33

D. $ #2 10# 33

Exam

Style to $ 3 ( # , the resulting function has a range of:

A. ∞, 14

B. 14, ∞

C. ∞, 8

D. 8, ∞

6. (a) 5 # # 4 3 optionally simplify to / (b) 5 # # 3 4

(c) 5 # #? 2# 2 11# 12 (d) 5 # # ? 2# 2 11# 12

7. (a) < # ( # 3 (b) < # ( # 1 (c) < # ( # 3

Vertically reflect, Shift 3 up Horizontally reflect, Shift 1 unit left Horizontally reflect, Shift 3 units right

8. (a) i #|# 7,# ∈ ℝ ii $|$ 1 , $ ∈ ℝ iii 6, 2 (b) i #|# ≤ 7 , # ∈ ℝ ii $|$ ≤ 1 , $ ∈ ℝ iii 6, 2

(c) i #|# 7, # ∈ ℝ ii $|$ 6,$ ∈ ℝ iii 6, 3

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