Using transformations to sketch graphs
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Using transformations to sketch graphs
Transformations
Year 12
This video has to be one of the hardest I've ever done! 20 minutes of end footage took over an hour to record! But ... it's here and it's not bad! It takes the time to show you how to put all the knowledge we have gained so far about Dilations, Reflections and Translations and functions to sketch graphs. This takes a base graph and, through a series of intermediate sketches, builds up the graph of the final functions looking at Dilations, Reflections, and Translations. There are a number of examples and some trick questions thrown in to show how examiners like to trick people.
Published: Jan. 11, 2019
Length: 26 mins and 00 seconds
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