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Graph Vertical Transformations - Example 3

In mathematics, a graph transformation is a function that maps one graph to another. Such transformations are used in the study of graph theory, in particular in the study of planar graphs.

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of a cosign function. And here we have our coastline function drawn out. And this time we're going to shift it up. One I could tell that because we're adding that one to it. So we're going to shift up one. So I'm gonna go ahead, draw my midline at one. Now, just to kind of since I used all my y axis I did, each unit was 1/4. That means that right here, this is one. So that's where my midline is gonna base. When I shifted up, it's gonna look like I'm going up four units, but really each unit is 1/4 on the Y axis. So because of that, I'm going to shift up everything for, but it's still going up one. So that means where I have on the zero. Let's do another color. Let's do right here. So here is my transformation of my co sign to that vertical shift