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3 Stretches

Once again – let’s first look back where we’ve been….

$ #2

First, we saw how translations occur when we add (or subtract) numbers.

transformed to $ # 3 2 2

translates 3 units right translates 2 units up

3 units (opposite direction of the sign) (same direction* of the sign)

units right, replace “#” with “# 3” units up, replace “$” with “$ 2”

2

So, becomes $ 2 # 3 Simplifies to

When we think of vertical translations this way, we can treat it “the same” as horizontal!

*That is, the opposite direction of the sign in the equation: $ ( # → / % .

2 horiz. reflection $ # 4 2

For example, given the graph of $ # 4 …

replace “#” with “ #” replace“$” with “ $” vertical

reflection

2 to isolate “$”!

$ 1 # 4

2 2 2

$ 1 # 4 $ # 4

2

$ # 4

%

Replacing “$” with “ $” is identical to “making the entire right side negative”

$ ( # $ ( #

$ 5 ( # $ ( # 5

- up, if 5 6 0 - down, if 5 7 0

/ %

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Exploration #1

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

by multiplying all of the $-coordinates by 2.

$ ( #

Be sure to transform all points indicated ()

2 Is the resulting stretch

horizontal or vertical?

3 How could this transformation be

described with a mapping rule?

invariant point(s). (Points that don’t change)

5 Use your graphing calculator to confirm the equation of < # is: < # 2 # 4 1

Exploration #2

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

$ ( #

by multiplying all #-coordinates by 2.

2 Is the resulting stretch

horizontal or vertical?

3 How could this transformation be

described with a mapping rule?

4 Describe the location and coordinates

of any invariant point(s).

5 Use your graphing calculator to confirm the equation of 5 # is: 5 # 1⁄2 # 4 1

Exploration #3

of $ 2 # 2 4 and $ 0.5 # 2 4 on the same grid.

Graph and together to compare, then graph and .

Be sure to indicate the points corresponding to those indicated ()

in terms of stretching.

any invariant point(s).

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

Exploration #4

of $ 2# 2 4 and $ 0.5# 2 4 on the same grid.

Be sure to indicate the points corresponding to those indicated ()

in terms of stretching.

is vertically stretched about the #-axis by a factor of -. %

!, -

are “-” times further from the #-axis

#-intercepts

% are invariant

%

Invariant Point

is on #-axis For example, the graph of a function ( # # 4 1

can be vertically stretched by a factor of 2,

4, 1

4, 2 Giving an equation $ # 4 1

All pts move 2 times

Which can be simplified to: $ 2 # 4 2

further from #-axis

% % J

The graph of a function % , transformed to % J ,

is horizontally stretched about the #-axis by a factor of /J.

1

All points are transformed #, $ → #, $

I Reciprocal

J

are “ /J” times further from the $-axis

$-intercept is

invariant

Invariant Point %

is on $-axis can be horizontally stretched by a factor of 2,

% Giving an equation ⁄

All pts move 2 times

further from $-axis

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In the transformation $ ( # →$ 0( I#

(straightforward!) (reciprocal!)

Another way to look at this is to treat both the vertical and horizontal stretches the same.

So if, for example, a function $ ( # is horizontally stretched by a factor of 3 and vertically

stretched as a factor of 4, we “could” ....

1

Replace # with #

3

$ ( # So here both the horizontal and vertical

1 stretches are reciprocals in the equation

and, similarly… Replace $ with $

4

Note that this can be simplified to:

Which is how we would

$ ( #

“normally” view this!

1

(a) Construct a mapping rule to sketch the graph of < # ( #

2

%

Describe which is affected, and how.

$ ( # D: $ < # D:

R: R:

(a) Construct a mapping rule to sketch the graph

of < # ( 3#

%

(c) Compare the domain and range of $ ( #

and $ < # . Describe which is affected, and

how.

$ ( # D: $ < # D:

R: R:

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

Example $ < # is obtained by vertically stretching the graph of ( # about the

line $ 0, by a factor of 3, and reflecting the graph about the #-axis.

$ ℎ # is obtained by horizontally stretching the graph of

( # about the line # 0, by a factor of 2.

(a) State an equation for and sketch the graph of $ < # , on the same

grid. Be sure to indicate the new location of all indicated points. ()

(b) State an equation and sketch the graph of $ ℎ # , on the same grid.

,

%

Vertical reflection Vertical stretch

Equation in terms of #: $ 3 #2 6# 5

Simplifies to: G &

For the equation, multiply all $-coordinates by 3. Invariant points are on the

Mapping rule: All points , → , #-axis, at 1, 0 and 5, 0 . ,

3, 4 → 3, 12

%

2, 3 → 2, 9 and so on…

Horizontal stretch (reciprocal) %

1 2

1

Equation in terms of #: $ # 6 # 5

2 2

%

Simplifies to: &

For the equation, multiply all #-coordinates by 2. Invariant point is on

Mapping rule: All points , → , the $-axis, at 0, 5 .

, C,

3, 4 → 6, 4

2, 3 → 4, 3 and so on…

graph of $ ( # about the line $ 0, and applying a vertical stretch by a factor of 1/4.

(a) Determine an equation for $ < # , both in terms of ( # and in terms of #.

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obtained by vertically stretching the graph of ( # about the line $ 0 by a

factor of 3, and reflecting it about the line $ 0.

the new location of the vertex, any # and

$-intercepts, and any other key points. Mapping Rule:

In terms In terms

of % : of :

of any invariant point(s).

$ ( # R: $ < # R: %

The graph of $ ℎ # is obtained by horizontally stretching

the graph of ( # about the line # 0 by a factor of 3.

new location of the vertex, and any # and $-intercepts.

Mapping Rule:

In terms In terms

of % : of :

of any invariant point(s).

%

A new function < # is defined < # ( 3# . %

(a) Sketch the graph of $ < # , on the same grid.

Mapping Rule:

$ < # , in terms of # .

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

Worked For each pair of graphs below, the graph of $ < # is obtained by stretching the graph of ( # .

Example For each, determine an equation for $ < # .

'

'

(a) (b)

!, C

% G

!,

“start” point for ( # Then on < # it’s at

is at # 8 !, C $ 36

$-intercept for ( # is $ 12

The start point (as with all other points) is stretched

horizontally, as it moves closer to the $-axis.

Also note that the invariant point is on the $-axis The $-intercept (as with all other points) is stretched

vertically, as it moves further from the $-axis.

8 K horiz. stretch 2 horiz. stretch 2L8 Also note that the invariant points are on the #-axis

12 K vert. stretch 36

horizontal stretch factor

vert. stretch 36 L 12

So, equation is: ' %

vertical stretch factor

For each pair of graphs below, the graph of $ < # is obtained by stretching the graph of ( # .

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

(a) (b)

%

% '

'

Equation: Equation:

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For each graph below, the graph of $ < # is obtained by stretching the graph of ( # . Points indicated ()

have integer coordinates. Determine an equation for < # for each, and identify all indicated characteristics.

(a)

'

% G

Equation in terms of % :

Equation in terms of :

-intercept of ' :

(b)

% C

'

Equation in terms of % :

Equation in terms of :

-intercept of % :

(use an algebraic process)

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1.3 Practice Questions

1. Given each graph of $ ( # below, sketch each transformed function, and provide all indicated characteristics.

1

(a) $ ( # (b) $ 4( #

3 i Transformation

% in Words:

ii Mapping Rule:

%

i Transformation iii Range of ( # :

in Words:

ii Mapping Rule:

… of transformed

function:

iii Domain of ( # :

… Domain of iv Coordinates of

transformed invariant point(s):

function:

iv Coordinates of

invariant point(s):

1

(c) $ ( 3#

2

i Mapping Rule:

ii Domain of ( # :

Range of ( # :

%

Range of transformed function:

(a) Vertically stretched by a factor of 2 (b) Horizontally stretched by a factor of 2

i Equation in i Equation in

terms of ( # : terms of ( # :

ii Equation in ii Equation in

terms of #: terms of #:

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The graph of $ < # is obtained by stretching the graph of ( # about the line $ 0 by a factor of 2.

(a) Sketch the graph of $ < # . Be sure to indicate the new location of the

vertex, any # and $-intercepts, and any other key points.

Mapping Rule:

i In terms of % : ii In terms of :

of any invariant point(s).

%

$-intercept 0, 5 . Determine these characteristics for the following transformed functions.

1

(a) $ 5( # i Domain: (b) $ ( # i Domain:

4

ii Range: ii Range:

iv $-intercept: iv $-intercept:

1. (a) i Horiz. str, factor of 3 (b) i Vertical stretch

%

ii #, $ → 3#, $ factor of 4

iii ( # : 3, 4 ii #, $ → #, 4$

transformed:

9, 4 % iii ( # : 3, 4

transformed:

iv 0, 2 on $-axis 12, 16

1 1

(c) i #, $ → #, $ iv 1, 0 and 5, 0

3 2 on #-axis

ii Domain: 9, 12

Range: 6, 6

2. (a) i % ii G

iii Domain: 3, 4 %

(b) i % ii

Range: 3, 3

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

The graph of $ < # is obtained by stretching the graph of ( # about the line # 0 by a factor of 1/4.

(a) Sketch the graph of $ < # . Indicate the new location of key points.

Mapping Rule:

%

i In terms of ( # : ii In terms of #:

of any invariant point(s).

(d) State the domain of: i $ ( # ii $ < #

of the corresponding point to B on the graph of $ < # .

6. Below is the graph of * C . The #-intercepts have integer coordinates, and the

$-intercept is 0, 48 . The two points indicated on the graph have coordinates rounded to the nearest tenth.

The graph of $ < # is obtained by stretching the graph of 1 # about the line # 0 by a factor of 1/2.

(a) Sketch the graph of $ < # . Mapping *

Rule:

(b) Determine an equation for $ < # ; . C, C&. +

i In terms of p # : ii In terms of #:

. , .&

3. (a) #, $ → #, 2$ , C 4. (a) i ∞, 4 (b) i ∞, 16

(b) i < # 2( #

2

ii ∞, 40 ii 8, ∞

ii < # # 3 16 !, +

Your graph should

(c) On the #-axis; 7, 0 include all iii 3, 0 iii 12, 0

and 1, 0 indicated ()

iv 0, 25 iv 0, 5

(d) i ∞, 8 ii ∞, 16 points!

(e) i 0, 3.5 ii 0, 7

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C

1

The graph of $ < # is defined as < # ( #

6

(a) Sketch the graph of $ < # . Be sure to indicate the new location

Mapping of the vertex and intercepts.

Rule:

of any invariant point(s).

(d) State the range of:

i $ ( # ii $ < #

1

The graph of $ < # is defined as < # ( #

3

(a) Sketch the graph of $ < # .

Be sure to indicate the new location of the vertex and intercepts.

Mapping Rule:

Determine the coordinates of the corresponding

point to B on the graph of $ < # .

1 '

5. (a) #, $ → #, $ (c) On the $-axis; 0, 2 . &,

4

(b) i < # ( 4# (d) i 8, ∞ ii 2, ∞

Optionally simplify: ' G (f) E becomes: 2.5, 4 ,

1 !. G, C&. +

6. (a) #, $ → #, $ ' (b) i < # 1 2#

2

Mult all #-coords by 1/2 …. ii < # 2# 4 2# 2 2# 6

New #-intercepts are …. Optionally simplify: < # 2 # 2 2 # 1 2 # 3

2, 0 , 1, 0 , and 3, 0 ' G

. , .&

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

The graph of < # is obtained by reflecting the graph of ( #

about the #-axis, and vertically stretching by a factor of 2.

(a) Sketch the graph of $ < # .

Mapping Rule:

i $ ( # ii $ < # Be sure to indicate the new location of all key points.

The graph of $ < # is obtained by reflecting the

graph of ( # about the $-axis, and horizontally

stretching the graph by a factor of 1/2.

Mapping Rule:

i $ ( # ii $ < #

coordinates of the corresponding point to B on the graph of $ < # .

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

1

7. (a) #, $ → #, $ 8. (a) #, $ → 3#, $ '

6

1 ' 1 2

1

(b) < # # 6 2 (b) < # # 2 # 3

2 3 3

simplify to…

(c) on #-axis… 2, 0 and 6, 2 1 2 2

10, 0 < # # # 3

9 3

(d) i 12, ∞ ii 2, ∞ Vertex: 3, 4

(c) on $-axis… 0, 3 (d) 12, 5

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11. For each pair of graphs below, the graph of $ < # is obtained by stretching the graph of ( # . For

each, (i) determine a mapping rule, (ii) an equation for $ < # , in terms of ( # .

(a) (b)

%

'

'

i Mapping Rule:

i Mapping Rule:

ii Equation:

ii Equation:

(c)

i Mapping Rule:

% ii Equation:

of $ < # :

(exact rational values)

' vertical stretch have been applied:

12. The graph of $ < # is obtained by stretching the graph of ( # . The domain of ( # is ∞, 5 and the

range is 20, 15 . The domain of $ < # is ∞, 5 and the range is 16, 12 .

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

9. (a) #, $ → #, 2$ 2, 16 1

10. (a) #, $ → #, $

2

2

(b) < # # 2 16 ' 0, 2 3

(b) < # 2# 2 3

(c) on #-axis… 6, 0 and simplify to…

2, 0 3.5, 0

< # 2 # 1 3

1, 3

(d) i 8, ∞ ii ∞, 16 (c) on $-axis… 0, 2

' 3

(d) i 2, ∞ ii ∞, 1 (e) 7, 1

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

13. The graph of $ < # is obtained by stretching the graph of ( # . The domain of ( # is 8, ∞ and the

range is 9, 6 . The domain of $ < # is 2, ∞ and the range is 6, 4 .

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

1 % '

of ( # # 2 2 # 4

4

(a) State the mapping rule that describes the

transformation from $ ( # to $ < #

i In terms ii In terms

of % : of

coordinates of the corresponding point to B on the graph of $ < # .

2 3 3 4

11. (a) i #, $ → #, 2$ (b) i #, $ → #, $ (c) i #, $ → #, $ 12. < # ( #

3 4 2 5

ii $ 2( # 3 3 4

ii $ ( # ii $ ( # iii 5.25, 0 , 1.5, 0 and 6, 0

2 2 3

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2

of ( # 2# 12# 10 The vertices and intercepts of both

graphs all have integer coordinates.

(a) State the mapping rule that describes the

transformation from $ ( # to $ < #

i In terms ii In terms

of % : of

%

'

of ( # # 9 2

(a) State the mapping rule that describes the

transformation from $ ( # to $ < #

'

%

(b) Determine an equation for $ < #

i In terms ii In terms

of % : of

2 3 2

13. < # ( 4# 14. (a) #, $ → #, 3$ (b) i < # 3( # ii < # # 2 # 4 (c) 6, 96

3 4

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

%

graph of ( # # 2 8# 12

The vertices and intercepts of both graphs all have integer coordinates.

(a) State the mapping rule that describes the

transformation from $ ( # to $ < #

i In terms ii In terms

of % : of

'

and vertically stretching the graph of $ ( # .

(a) State the mapping rule that describes the

transformation from $ ( # to $ < #

%

'

$ < # is 3.12, 3.12 .

1 1 2

1

15. (a) #, $ → 2#, $ (b) i < # ( # ii < # 2 # 12 # 10 Simplify to: ' C !

2 2 2

2 3 3

16. (a) #, $ → #, $ (b) i < # ( # ii < # # 9 2 Simplify to: ' C

3 2 2

(c) 10/3,0

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19. For each of the following, the graph of $ < # is obtained by stretching and / or reflecting the

graph of $ ( # . Provide a mapping rule to describe the transformations for each.

(a) ( # 6 # 5 2 8 (b) ( # 16# 2 8# 4 (c) ( # 2 # 3 ? 4

< # 1.5 # 5 2 2 < # # 2 2# 4 < # 2 3# 3 ? 4

< # 9 # 5 18 < # 2# 8 < # 8# 2 6# 5

20. Describe what happens to the graph of $ ( # when the following changes are made to its equation,

and provide a mapping rule.

1

(a) Replace # with 5# (b) Replace $ with $ (c) Replace $ with 3$

2

2

(d) Replace # with # and replace $ with $ (e) Replace # with # 1 and replace $ with $

3

1

(f) Replace # with # and replace $ with $ 4 (g) Replace $ with 5$ and replace # with # 2

5

3 3 3 2

17. (a) #, $ → #, $ (b) i < # ( # ii < # # 6# 9

4 4 4

3 3 3 5

18. (a) #, $ → #, $ (b) < # ( # (c) 5.2, 5.2

5 2 2 3

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Chapter 1 – Transformations

(a) State the zeros of $ ( # (b) State the zeros of $ 4( #

1

(e) State the zeros of $ ( # (f) State the zeros of $ ( #

3

stretch and one reflection to the graph of ( # # 2 4# 5.

The vertices of both graphs have integer coordinates.

(a) Describe the transformation from $ ( # to $ < # ,

(i) in words and (ii) with a mapping rule.

'

%

(b) Determine an equation for $ < # , (i) in terms of ( #

and (ii) in terms of #.

(c) Determine the $-intercept

of $ < # .

1 1

19. (a) #, $ → #, $ (b) #, $ → 4#, $ (c) #, $ →

#, $

4 3

1

(d) #, $ → #, 3$ (e) #, $ → 3#, $ (f) #, $ → #, $

2

1

20. (a) Horizontal stretch about the $-axis (or line # 0 , factor of 1/5 #, $ → #, $

5

(b) Vertical stretch about the #-axis (or line $ 0), factor of 2 #, $ → #, 2$

1

(c) Vertical stretch about $ 0, factor of 1/3, and reflection about $ 0

#, $ → #, $

3

3

(d) Horiz. stretch about # 0, factor of 3/2, and reflection about #-axis #, $ → #, $

2

(e) Vert. reflection about $ 0, horizontal translation 1 unit right #, $ → # 1, $

(f) Horiz. stretch about # 0, factor of 5, vertical translation 4 units down #, $ → 5#, $ 4

1

(g) Vert. stretch about #-axis, factor of 1/5, refl. about #-axis, horiz. translation 2 units right #, $ → # 2, $

5

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23. The graph of $ ( # is reflected in the line # 0, stretched about the line $ 0 by a factor

Exam

Style of 1⁄4, and stretched about the $-axis by a factor of 3 to create the graph of $ < # .

Point B 3, 12 on the graph of $ ( # is transformed to which point on the graph of < # ?

A. 1, 3

B. 1, 3

C. 9, 3

D. 9, 3

Exam

Style W

The graphs of $ ( # and $ 2( # Y

intersect at: %

V X Z [

A. Point R

B. Point S U

C. Points P and Q

D. Points R and T

Exam

Style 1

The graph of $ < # is defined as $ ( # .

2

The graph of $ < # will contain the point:

A. 4, 2

B. 1, 2

C. 3, 4 %

D. 3, 4

21. (a) 4 and 2 (b) 4 and 2 (c) 2 and 1 (d) 4 and 2 (e) 2 and 4 (f) 12 and 6

1

22. (a) i vertical stretch about the #-axis, factor of 1/3, plus a horiz. reflection about the $-axis. ii #, $ → #, $

9 2 N O 3

1 5

(b) i < # ( # ii < # ?

#

?

#

? (c) 0,

3 3

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