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23 August, 18:40

Let f (x) = 3/4 x

Let g (x) = (3/4) x - 6

Which statement describes the graph of g (x) with respect to the graph of f (x) ?

g (x) is translated 6 units right from

f (x).

g (x) is translated 6 units left from

f (x).

g (x) is translated 6 units down from

f (x)

g (x) is translated 6 units up from

f (x)

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  1. 23 August, 18:49
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    g (x) is translated 6 units right from

    f (x).
  2. 23 August, 18:57
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    g (x) is translated six units down from f (x).

    Step-by-step explanation:

    f (x ± k) is for a horizontal translation. So that rules out the first two.

    f (x) ± k is a vertical translation. In this case, a negative number means it's moving down and a positive means it's moving up. Because we have a negative (in other words subtracting) we move line on the graph down.
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