How do you do parent functions? The function y=x2 or f (x) = x2 is a quadratic function, and is the parent graph for all other quadratic functions. The shortcut to graphing the

A parent function is the simplest function that still satisfies the definition of a certain type of function. For example, when we think of the linear functions which make up a family of functions, the parent function would be y

Get StartedEach parent function will have a form of y = \log_a x. This means that the parent function for the natural logarithmic function (logarithmic function with a base of e) is equal to

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Looking at some parent functions and using the idea of translating functions to draw graphs and write equations. Here is a list of topics: F (x) functions and transformations. Horizontal Shift - Left and Right Units. Vertical Shift - Units Up

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