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Difference between horizontal and vertical translations of graphs

f(x), k>0

a. vertical translation

y=f(x) + k : graph shifts k units up

y=f(x) - k : graph shifts k units down

b. horizontal translation

y=f(x - k) : graph shifts k units right

y= f(x+k) : graph shifts k units left

 

 

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