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Graph Horizontal Functions - Example 2

In mathematics, a function is a relation between a set of inputs and a set of permissible outputs with the property that each input is related to exactly one output. An example is the function that relates each real number x to its square x. The output of a function f corresponding to an input x is denoted by f(x).

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of the graph, Wyche will sign of our angle minus one. And here I've gone ahead and drawn the parent functions. So we just need to decide about our shift. And we're doing horizontal shifts. So we need to look at our H. Now, remember, we're getting this from our negative one. And really, what we're getting is that one, because it's gonna it should say, minus the number. So we're looking at the number by itself. So in this case, what is greater than zero? So this means we're gonna move to the right one now, this is written This is not in degrees. This is in radiance. So we need to go ahead. And we need to change this two degrees just to kind of help us out a little bit. If you would like Thio, you don't have to do it this way if you're feel comfortable. So this is gonna be 180 over one. So this is basically we're shifting 180 degrees, so basically, we're going to shift over several units, so let's just started our first point. So we're shifting to the right, So our first zero So we're going to shift it to 180 and then 180 would shift 3 60. I still have a point. At zero. It's from the negative 1 80. So my 90 is going to shift 180 points, so that's gonna be it, too. 70 And the negative number. I would actually have a negative number that would shift that way. So this means that my graft is going to basically is gonna be kind of a flip. It's gonna look like a flip, but it's actually a horizontal shift. The entire graph has moved over to the right, 180 degrees.