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  • Welcome today to my short class video providing help on how to translate a function of a graph up.
  • Lets start to show you in a more clear way an example to understand the concept better. Lets say we have the linear function y=2x+3 which we will call equation A.
  • Y=2x+3
  • first lets make sure this is an actual function. A linear function has always a form of y=f(x)=a+bx
  • Y=2x+3
  • oh look, our function those have that!
  • *I appear on screen in front of board looking at camera. waving while introducing the concept*
  • *XY Plane will go here I couldn't graph it here*
  • *Turns around to face board and write the example equation*
  • Ok, now that we finished graphing equation A we continue. In order to vertically translate our function 2 units we must add these two units to the y-intercept of our equation.
  • *XY Plane will go here I couldn't graph it here*
  • This results in Y=2x+5 Now lets graph equation B in the same XY plane so we can appreciate the vertical movement.
  • *XY Plane with both function equations on them*
  • See? This is the final answer for this algebraic problem! It was simple and clear, thanks for watching. Until next time!
  • lets say we want to vertically translate this function by a factor of two units. First lets graph the function.
  • *GRAPHS EQUATION B* After the equation is done and I say goodbye *Video Ends*
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