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below is a portion of the graph of a function, \(y=h(x)\)  :



If the graph of \(y=h(x-3)\)  is drawn on the same set of axes as the graph above, then the two graphs intersect at one point. What is the sum of the coordinates of that point?

mathtoo  Mar 13, 2017

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h(x - 3) shifts the graph 3 units to the right....so...

 

The point (-2.3)  will shift to (1,3)  which is also on the original graph.....and the sum of the coordinates will  = 1 + 3  = 4

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Mar 13, 2017
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h(x - 3) shifts the graph 3 units to the right....so...

 

The point (-2.3)  will shift to (1,3)  which is also on the original graph.....and the sum of the coordinates will  = 1 + 3  = 4

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Mar 13, 2017
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that really helped!

mathtoo  Mar 14, 2017

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