# Unit 2 Transformations

Chapter 1.3

Lesson on Parent Functions (square root, reciprocal, absolute value, cubic)

Chapters 1.6-1.8

Introductory Lesson on Arguments and Rearranging to Determine a, k, d, c

Big Four Part Transformations Lesson

Lesson Part 1 (effects of stretches, compressions, reflections, translations)

Lesson Part 2 (graphing transformed curves)

Lesson Part 3 (determining equation of curve when given transformations verbally)

Lesson Part 4 (determine domain and range of transformed function if given domain and range of parent)

Random Graphing Questions

Stating Transformations and Graphing Transformations

For each of the five functions stated below,

a)  Determine the parent function;

b)  State the argument;

c)  Rearrange the argument if necessary to determine the values of k and d;

d)  Rearrange the function expression if necessary to determine the values of and c;

e)  State the transformations (in an appropriate order) tht are performed on the graph of the parent function to obtain the graph of the function given;

f)  Method 1:  Graph each transformation in the appropriate order given in part e), and show the graph of the given function in a distinctive colour;

g)  Method 2:  Use the table method to determine the coordinates of the function given, then graph;

h)  Method 3:  Use the transformation formula (i.e., The Machine") to determine the coordinates of the function given, then graph  