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1. Describe the two transformations that occur to the parent function f(x)=√x when transformed to the function g(x)=2√x+3

2. Then, describe the domain and range of g(x). (You may use Interval Notation or Words)

skye25 Jan 10, 2019

#1**+3 **

g(x)=2√x+3

The transformed function vertically stretches the parent by a factor of 2 and up 3 units

The domain is [ 0, inf )

The range is [3, infinity )

if the transformed funtion is supposed to be

g(x)=2√ (x+3)

The parent is vertically stretched by a factor of 2 and shifted to the left by 3 units

The domain is [ -3, infinity )

The range is [0, infinity )

CPhill Jan 10, 2019