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Q: If you vertically shift the linear parent function F(x) x down six units what is the equation of the new function?

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You could put the equation in slope-intercept form or in parent linear function or even make a table of values.

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Linear Parent Function

y = x

The linear parent function is y=x. The line on a graph passes through the origin(0,0) with a slope of 1. The line will face left to right on the graph like this /.

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if you need to reflect a 2-d object on a graph over its parent linear function then do as follows: (x,y) --> (-y,-x) hope that helps

You could put the equation in slope-intercept form or in parent linear function or even make a table of values.

f(x) = |f(x)|/3

It is f(x) = 3|x|.

parent

Linear Parent Function

x2

i believe it is a linear linegoing diagonally

F(x)=x

y = x