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For more information, please see full course syllabus of Calculus AB

For more information, please see full course syllabus of Calculus AB

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Last reply by: Nolan Zhang

Tue Apr 7, 2015 8:14 PM

Post by Nolan Zhang on April 7, 2015

Good evening, so by what is the definition of 'reflect something over X/Y axis as in example 3'. It seems to me that you simply draw out what G(x) looks like using the given info. So does 'reflect' simply means 'draw something out?'

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Last reply by: John Zhu

Thu Jan 15, 2015 11:12 AM

Post by abendra naidoo on December 13, 2014

should not g(x) be g(x)=-2f(x^2+2)+1 instead of just x as you have written?

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Last reply by: John Zhu

Thu Jan 15, 2015 11:00 AM

Post by Rebecca Dai on November 4, 2014

Hi, if I want to do Calculus BC, should I watch the AB first and then watch the BC? Is that enough if I just finished pre-calc? Thanks!

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Post by Nada Al-Hellai on October 30, 2013

Hello ;3

Why in example5 1/2|x+2| the +2 was a H.shift.... shouldn't it be vertical? And if it's a H.shift.. why then example6 X^3+1 the +1 is a V.shift?

What is the difference and how do you determine that?

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Last reply by: David Bush

Thu Aug 29, 2013 7:57 PM

Post by Tanveer Sehgal on November 20, 2012

Hey,

if g(x)=f(|x|).... Then the graph created is a parabola to the right. In the case if we do the vertical line test, wont the graph no longer be a function? So wont g(x) not be a function?

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Post by Kusuma Cherukuri on June 3, 2012

How do you know whether to graph the shift first or the stretch first. Is there a set order to graphing the manipulations or do you just go in order of how it is written?

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Last reply by: Derrick Lu

Thu Jun 28, 2012 5:20 PM

Post by Kusuma Cherukuri on June 3, 2012

Why can't y = 0 just because x can't equal 0? Couldn't y = 0 if x = -1/2? This would be the ordered pair for y = 0: (-1/2,0). Right?