# Vertical and Horizontal Transformations

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

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## Types of Transformations - Overview

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## Writing Equations of Graphs Using Transformations - Overview

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## Types of Transformations - Example 1

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Graphing Vertical and Horizontal Shifts
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## Types of Transformations - Example 2

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Graphing Reflections
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## Types of Transformations - Example 3

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Graphing Vertical and Horizontal Stretches
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## Writing Equations of Graphs Using Transformations - Example 1

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Write an equation given the described characteristics
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## Writing Equations of Graphs Using Transformations - Example 2

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Write an equation using the graph
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## Shifting Positions

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Discover how scientists determine how fast a galaxy is moving.
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