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4 Combining Transformations

In the previous section we considered problems that involved both a stretch and reflection.

And we found that the order in which we applied the transformations didn’t matter.

For example, consider the graph of ( # # 4 1

Suppose we wish to apply a horizontal stretch about the $-axis by a factor of 1/2 and apply a horizontal

reflection about the $-axis.

We can apply the stretch first, and then the reflection….

% % %

, , , ,

Optionally simplify

Equation in terms of #: $ 2# 4 1 $ 2# 4 1 $ 2 # 2 1

%

% %

%

, , , ,

Warm-up Exploration #1 Combining a vertical stretch (or reflection) with a horizontal translation

applying a vertical stretch about the #-axis by a factor of 2,

then applying a horizontal translation 4 units left.

2 Determine an equation of $ < # , in terms of #, by applying

the transformations in opposite order:

- First apply a horizontal translation 4 units left.

Is the order in which a vertical stretch and horizontal translation

are applied relevant?

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1.4 Combining Transformations

The graph of ( # #2 4# 3 is on the right

1 On the same grid, construct a new graph of $ < # by:

- First applying a vertical stretch about the #-axis by a factor of 2

- Then applying a vertical translation 3 units down.

Mapping Rule:

In terms of ( # : In terms of #:

- First applying a vertical translation 3 units down

- Then applying a vertical stretch about the #-axis by a factor of 2

Mapping Rule:

In terms of ( # : In terms of #:

a vertical stretch and vertical translation are applied relevant?

The graph of ( # # 4 1 is on the right.

1 On the same grid, construct a new graph of $ < # by:

- First applying a horizontal stretch about the $-axis by a factor of 1/2

- Then applying a horizontal translation 4 units right.

In terms of ( # : In terms of #:

Mapping

Rule:

3 Next, on the same grid construct a new graph of $ ℎ # by

again transforming the graph of $ ( # :

- First applying a horizontal translation 4 units right.

- Then applying a horizontal stretch about the $-axis by a factor of 1/2

In terms of ( # : In terms of #:

Mapping

5 Compare the graphs and equations above. Is the order in which a Rule:

horizontal stretch and horizontal translation are applied relevant?

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

1 Analyze the following pairs of functions graphed below. Does the horizontal translation match the constant

term? That is, for the group 1, is the horizontal translation from graph to “8 units left”?

Group 1: $ # Group 2: $ #2 Group 3: $ #?

2

1 ?

$ 2# 8 $ # 5 $ # 4

2

translation: translation: translation:

2 Analyze the corresponding graphs for each pair of functions. In the space provided above, indicate the

horizontal translation for each.

Put each of the $2 equations above in this form by factoring out the I value. (The first is done for you!)

2

1 ?

$ 2# 8 $ # 5 $ # 4

2

y= 2(x+ 4)

Horizontal translation 4 units left

To identify the horizontal translation from a basic graph, first factor out any coefficient.

2

For example, given $ 3# 6 7, the horizontal translation is 2 units right. (and not 6)

$ 3 # 2 2 7

When describing multiple

Stretches

transformations, Translations

Reflections

1 The vertical stretch about the #-axis factor is -

The mapping rule is: #, $ → # ℎ, 0$ 5

I If 0 7 0, there is a vertical reflection in the #-axis

Note that the horizontal translation, “+ℎ”, is applied The horizontal stretch about the $-axis factor is

J

after all #-coordinates are multiplied by the horizontal

stretch factor. If I 7 0, there is a horizontal reflection in the $-axis

…and same goes for the vertical translation “5”! The horizontal translation is . units, and the

vertical translation is / units.

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Example defined as < # ( 2# 6 1.

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(a) Construct a mapping rule for the transformation

from $ ( # to $ < # .

(b) Sketch the graph of $ < # on the same grid

Sol: (a) First things first – prep the function by factoring (b) Apply the mapping rule to the indicated ()

out the coefficient of #: points on the graph of $ ( # .

< # ( 2 # 3 1 1

0, 2 → ! 3, 1 → ,

2

Vertical reflection Horizontal translation 3 units 1

All coords. made negative left, vertical translation 1 up 1, 1 → 3, 1 → . &,

2

Horizontal stretch, factor of 1/2 1

4, 0 → 3, ! 1 → ,

Multiply all coords. by 2

1

1 9, 1 → , 3, 1 → . &, !

Mapping Rule: #, $ → # 3, $ 1 2

2

Plot each of the points to sketch ,

$ ( #

. &,

the graph of ' . &, !

,

'

1

A function $ < # is given by < # ( # 2 1

2 %

from $ ( # to $ < # .

coordinates of the corresponding point on the graph $ < #

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

Worked A function $ ( # has a domain of 6, 12 and a range 0, 10 . For the transformed function

Example $ 3( 2# 8 5, (i) provide a mapping rule and determine the new (ii) domain and (iii) range.

Solution: First prep the transformed function, Next, visualize a “possible” graph of $ ( # .

factor out the “2” in the brackets: (That has the given domain / range):

$ 3( 2 # 4 5 Possible Graph

of $ ( # : 12, 10

Vertical reflection Horiz. translation 4 units

about the #-axis left, vertical 5 down

#-axis, factor of 3 $-axis, factor of 1/2 6, 0

Transformed Graph:

Mapping Rule: , → , &

1

6, 0 → C 4, 3 ! 5 → 7, 5 7, 5

2

New domain start point

Domain start point Range start New Range start point

2, 30

1

12, 10 → 4, 3 ! 5 → 2, 30

2

New Range Note that drawing “possible graphs” is

New domain end

Domain end point Range end point end point not essential, but can help visualize!

New Domain: +,

described below, (i) provide a mapping rule and determine the new (ii) domain and (iii) range.

1

(a) $ ( 2# (b) $ 5 2( # 1

3

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Class Example 1.43 Applying Multiple Translations to a Function – Graph and Equation

A function $ < # is given by < # ( 3# 6 3 %

(a) Construct a mapping rule for the transformation

from $ ( # to $ < # .

graph of $ < # on the same grid.

equation for each transformed function.

(a) $ < # is obtained by vertically stretching the graph of ( # about the #-axis by a factor of 4, and

vertically translating the graph 6 units up.

Equation in

terms of ( # :

Equation in

terms of #:

(b) $ ℎ # is obtained by reflecting the graph of ( # in the #-axis, stretching the graph about the

$-axis by a factor of 1/2, and horizontally translating the graph 3 units right.

Equation in

terms of ( # :

Equation in

terms of #:

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

'

Worked The graph of $ < # represents a transformation of $ ( # .

Example Determine an equation for $ < # , in terms of ( # .

First identify

the stretches:

$ < #

%

…and < # is 6

units tall

Vertical stretch After determining both the horizontal and

factor of 1.5 vertical stretches, then identify any translations:

$ ( #

Graph of ( # is

4 units “tall” 6L4

Note that after we

apply the two

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stretches to ( # …

…while < # is 12

units wide

6 …we must shift

Horizontal stretch

factor of 2 up 6 units

Similarly, graph of Graph with only stretches applied

12 L 6

( # is 6 units wide

Equation: < # 1.5 ( 0.5# 4

Simplifies to: ' . &% !. & C

Class Example 1.45 Determining more than one Transformation from a Graph

For each pair of graphs below, the graph of $ < # represents a transformation of of $ ( # through any

of: stretches, reflections, and translations. Determine an equation for $ < # , in terms of ( # .

(a)

'

%

Mapping Rule:

Equation of < # :

(b) %

'

Mapping Rule:

Equation of < # :

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1.4 Practice Questions

1. For each graph of $ ( # below, provide a mapping rule and sketch each indicated transformed function.

(a) < # ( 2# 2 (b) ℎ # 3( # 2

Mapping Rule: Mapping Rule:

%

1

(c) 5 # ( 3# 6 1 (d) 1 # ( 0.5# 1

2

Mapping Rule: Mapping Rule:

% %

2. Construct a mapping rule for each of the following transformations of a function $ ( # , listed below. Then,

determine the new coordinates of a point B 8, 6 on the graph of $ ( # , after the transformation.

(a) $ 5 3( # 2

i Mapping:

ii New Point:

(b) 2$ ( 4# 8

i Mapping:

ii New Point:

1 1

(c) $ ( # 5

4 3

i Mapping:

ii New Point:

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

3. A function $ ( # has a domain of 12, 8 and a range 6, 10 . For each of the transformations of ( #

described below, (i) provide a mapping rule and determine the new (ii) domain and (iii) range.

3 1

(a) $ ( # 5 (b) $ 1 3( # 2 (c) 2$ ( 4# 8

2 2

For each of the transformations of ( # described below, (i) provide a mapping rule and determine the new (ii)

domain and (iii) range.

2 4

(a) $ 2( # 3 (b) $ 4 ( # 5 (c) 4$ ( 3# 12

3 3

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2. (a) i , → , & (b) i , → , (c) i , → &,

ii G, C → C, ii G, C → , ii G, C → ,,

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A function $ < # is defined in terms of ( # as:

1

< # ( # 3 5

4

(a) Construct a mapping rule for the transformation

from $ ( # to $ < # .

sketch the graph of $ < # on the same grid.

- Reflecting the graph in the line # 0

- Stretching the graph vertically by a factor of 3

- Horizontally translating the graph 1 unit right and vertically translating the graph 2 units down

(a) Construct a mapping rule for the (b) Determine an equation for $ < #

transformation from ( # to < # . i in terms of ( # : ii in terms of #:

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

ii D: , C ii D: C, ii D: ,

iii R: , ! iii R: ,, , iii R: &,

3 2 1 1

4. (a) i #, $ → # , 2$ 3 (b) i #, $ → # 5, $ 4 (c) i #, $ → # 4, $

4 3 3 4

D:

ii #|# ≤ 12 , # ∈ ℝ ii D: #|# 4, # ∈ ℝ ii D: #|# 8, # ∈ ℝ

R:

iii $|$ ≤ 21 , $ ∈ ℝ iii R: $|$ ≤ 10 , $ ∈ ℝ iii R: $|$ 2.25 , $ ∈ ℝ

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

A function $ < # is given by < # 3( # 2

(a) Construct a mapping rule for the transformation

from $ ( # to $ < # .

sketch the graph of $ < # on the same grid.

A transformed function is given by $ 1 ( 0.5# 2

(a) Construct a mapping rule for the transformation.

to sketch the graph of the transformed

function on the same grid.

in terms of #.

1 2, 9 6. (a) #, $ → # 1 , 3$ 2

5. (a) #, $ → # 3, $ 5

4

(b) Transform vertex: (b) i < # 3( # 1 2

1 2

1, 16 → 3, C 5 ii < # 3 # 1 4 2

4

2

Continue with other pts < # 3 # 5 2

2, 9

on graph of ( # …. Optionally simplify to:

1 2 < # 3 # 5 2

2

(c) < # # 2 9 '

4

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A function $ < # is given by < # 2( # 3 4

(a) Construct a mapping rule for the transformation

from $ ( # to $ < # .

graph of $ < # on the same grid.

A function $ < # is given by < # ( 4# 2

(a) Construct a mapping rule for the transformation

from $ ( # to $ < # .

graph of $ < # on the same grid.

7. (a) #, $ → # 2 , 3$ , 8. (a) #, $ → 2# 4, $ 1

(b) 4, 2 → 6, 6 ' (b) 9, 2 → 14, 3 and so on….

3, 0 → 5, 0 ,C

(c) $ 0.5# 2 9 2 1 Simplify

and so on…. to…

&, ! $ 0.5 # 14 3

(c) $ 3 2 # 2 4 2

,

Simplify to: C, C

C,

,

' C C C

,!

G,

Transformed function

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

- Reflecting the graph in the line $ 0

- Stretching the graph horizontally about the line # 0 by a factor of 1/4

- Horizontally translating the graph 1 unit right and vertically translating the graph 2 units up

(a) Construct a mapping rule for the

transformation from ( # to < # .

Determine the range of $ < # .

can instead be described by a vertical stretch.

Determine the magnitude of the vertical stretch.

9. (a) #, $ → # 3 , 2$ 4 , 1

!, 10. (a) #, $ → # ,$ 2 '

4

(b) 4, 5 → 1, 14 '

(b) 4, 6 → 1, 8

3, 4 → 0, 12

0, 4 → 0, 6

and so on….

and so on….

, G

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- Stretching the graph horizontally by a factor of 1/8

- Horizontally translating the graph 2 units right and vertically translating the graph 3 units down

(a) Construct a mapping rule for the

transformation from ( # to < # .

(c) The horizontal stretch applied to the graph of $ ( # can instead be described by a vertical stretch

and a horizontal translation. Determine the magnitude of the vertical stretch and the magnitude and

direction of the horizontal translation.

13. The graph of ( # # 7 2 is reflected in the $-axis. The resulting graph could also be achieved by

horizontally translating the graph of $ ( # . Describe the directing and magnitude of the translation,

and verify by applying the transformation to the equation of ( # .

1

11. (a) #, $ → # 1, $ 2 (b) i < # (4 # 1 2

4

(c) ∞, 0 (d) Vert. stretch about #-axis, factor of 2 ii < # 4 # 1 2 2

simplify…. '

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

14. A function $ ( # has a domain of ∞, 12 and a range of 2, ∞ . The graph is transformed by:

- Reflecting the graph in the line # 0

- Stretching the graph horizontally about the line # 0 by a factor of 2

- Stretching the graph vertically about the line $ 0 by a factor of 5

- Horizontally translating the graph 3 units right and vertically translating the graph 4 units up

(a) Construct a mapping rule for the

transformation.

B 4, 1 . Determine the coordinates of the

corresponding point to B on the transformed graph.

transformed function, in terms of ( # .

transformed function.

15. For each pair of graphs below, the graph of $ < # represents a transformation of of $ ( # through

any of stretches, reflections, and translations. Determine an equation for $ < # , in terms of ( # .

(a) (b)

'

% %

'

#-intercepts of < # :

1

12. (a) #, $ → # 2 ,$ 3 (b) i < # (8 # 2 3 (c) Vertical stretch about #-axis, factor of 512,

8 plus a horizontal translation 16 units right

?

ii < # 8 # 2 16 3

simplify…. ' G further…. < # 512# ? 3

2

13. (a) Horizontal translation 7 units right. To verify, apply horizontal reflection: $ # 7 , and then simplify:

2 2 2

$ 1 # 7 $ 1 # 7 $ # 7 2 checks out!

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16. For each pair of graphs below, the graph of $ < # represents a transformation of of $ ( # through

any of stretches, reflections, and translations. Determine an equation for $ < # , in terms of ( # .

(a) (b)

%

'

'

17. The graph of $ ( # is transformed into the graph of $ < # , as shown below:

Exam

Style

An equation for < # in terms of ( # is:

A. < # ( 2# 1

B. < # ( 2# 6 %

'

1

C. < # ( # 3

2

1

D. < # ( # 1

2

18. The graph of $ ( # is transformed into the graph of $ < # , as shown below:

Exam

Style

An equation for < # in terms of ( # is:

1

A. < # ( # 4

4

1 1 %

B. < # ( #

2 4

'

C. < # ( 4# 4

1

D. < # ( 4#

2

14. (a) #, $ → 2# 3 , 5$ 4 (b) 11, 9 1 1

15. (a) i #, $ → # 4 , 2$ (b) i #, $ → # ,$ 5

1 3 2

(c) < # 5( # 3 4

2 ii < # 2( 3 # 4 ii < # ( 2# 5

(d) D: 21, ∞ R: 6, ∞ iii 7⁄3 , 0 , (5,0)

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

1

The point corresponding to B on the graph of $ 2 2( # 4 is:

3

A. 21, 14

Exam

Style

B. 21, 12

C. 13, 14

D. 13, 12

20. The mapping rule that describes the transformation from the graph of Code Possible values

$ ( # is #, $ → 4# 8, 2$ . of -, J, and ].

An equation for the transformed function is $ 0( I # \ , where 1 1 ⁄4

possible values for 0, I, and \ are listed on the right. 2 2

Exam

Style 3 1/2

4 4

NR The codes for the values of 0, I, and \ are,

respectively, ____ , ____, and ____. 5 8

6 16

Determine the domain and range of:

$ 11 ( 3# 3

%

i Domain:

ii Range:

A function < # 0( I# has a domain of ∞, 15 and a range 16,8 . of - and J.

1 1/2

Exam

Style

NR The codes for the values of 0 and I in the equation

< # 0( I# are, respectively, ____ ,and ____. 2 2

Use the codes on the right. Codes 3 1/2

can be used more than once.

4 2

5 5/4

6 4/5

3 4

16. (a) i #, $ → # 7 , 3$ ii < # 3( # 7 (b) i #, $ → # , 3$ 4 ii < # 3( # 4

4 3

17. B 18. D

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14, ∞

Exam

Style

A.

B. 10, ∞

C. ∞, 14

D. ∞, 10

24. The graph of the function $ ( # is shown below. The mapping rule that describes the transformation

from $ ( # to $ < # is 2# 6, y 3

i Domain:

ii Range:

right. The vertex is at point B.

1 %

For the graph of $ ( # 2 3,

2

determine the:

i Domain:

ii Range:

corresponding to B

on graph of < # :

( # corresponds to the point 13, 33 on the graph of $ < # . Determine the values of I and 5.

i I

ii 5

19. A 20. 215 21. i 2, ∞ ii 12, ∞ 22. 46

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