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how are y=x^3 and y=(x+3)^3 the same? how are they different?

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These two graphs have exactly the same shape....the graph of y = (x +3)^3 is just the graph of y = x^3 shifted 3 units to the left.....

Here's a picture......https://www.desmos.com/calculator/nbyqbao3xv

 

CPhill  Dec 18, 2014
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These two graphs have exactly the same shape....the graph of y = (x +3)^3 is just the graph of y = x^3 shifted 3 units to the left.....

Here's a picture......https://www.desmos.com/calculator/nbyqbao3xv

 

CPhill  Dec 18, 2014

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