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# Vertical and Horizontal Transformations

## Shifts of parent functions produced by adding a constant term.

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## Vertical and Horizontal Transformations

Introduction to function transformations, including vertical and horizontal shifts.
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Introduction to function transformations, including vertical and horizontal shifts.
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## Vertical and Horizontal Transformations

Introduction to function transformations, including vertical and horizontal shifts.
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## Solving All Types of Equations

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Introduction to function transformations, including vertical and horizontal shifts.
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## Best Lesson: Transformations of Functions

An overview of transformations of basic functions.
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## Transforming Functions

Function transformations including horizontal and vertical shifts, stretches, and reflections.
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