

1. 
If you use the parent graph y = as a reference, how would you graph y =  3? 


A. 
Move the parent graph down 3 units. 
B. 
Move the parent graph to the right 3 units. 


C. 
Move the parent graph up 3 units. 
D. 
Move the parent graph to the left 3 units. 


Hint 


2. 
If you use the parent graph y = as a reference, describe how you would graph y = . 


A. 
Move the parent graph 2 units to the left and then up 5 units. 
B. 
Move the parent graph 2 units to the right and then up 5 units. 


C. 
Move the parent graph 2 units to the left and then down 5 units. 
D. 
Move the parent graph 2 units to the right and then down 5 units. 


Hint 


3. 
If you use the parent graph f(x) = [[x]], describe how you would graph g(x) = 3[[x]]. 


A. 
There would be no difference between f(x) = [[x]] and g(x) = 3[[x]]. 
B. 
None of these is correct. 


C. 
The vertical distance between the steps for g(x) is 1/3 unit. 
D. 
The vertical distance between the steps for g(x) is 3 units. 


Hint 


4. 
If you use the parent graph f(x) = x^{2}, describe how you would graph g(x) = (x  4)^{2}  2. 


A. 
Move the parent graph left 4 units and up 2 units. 
B. 
Move the parent graph right 4 units and down 2 units. 


C. 
Move the parent graph right 4 units and up 2 units. 
D. 
Move the parent graph left 4 units and down 2 units. 


Hint 


5. 
If you use the parent graph as a reference, describe how you would graph . 


A. 
Expand horizontally by a factor of , then move 4 units down. 
B. 
Compress horizontally by a factor of , then move 4 units down. 


C. 
Expand vertically by a factor of 3, then move 4 units down. 
D. 
Compress vertically by a factor of , then move 4 units down. 


Hint 

