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Graph Vertical Transformations - Example 4

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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signed, uh, economic function, and we're going to do a vertical shift, and we're gonna use R K to tell me that we're going to go up 14 So that's gonna be our midline now on this because I've kept my units. I'm going up four units, a legal one. So there, 1/4 for unit. My midline is actually going to be right here, because this is one fourth. So that means that I'm going to raise everything up to there. So I'm gonna do a different color, and everything is going to shift up one unit on my graph, because that will be a 1/4 shift up, even though it be pretty close. That'll be that 1/4 shift. And that's the vertical shift on this son graph.

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