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## Does it matter what order you do translations in?

Horizontal and vertical transformations are independent. It **does not matter whether** horizontal or vertical transformations are performed first.

## What is the rule for transformation?

The function translation / transformation rules: **f (x) + b shifts the function b units upward**. f (x) – b shifts the function b units downward. f (x + b) shifts the function b units to the left.

## How do you describe the sequence of transformations?

A sequence of transformations is **a set of translations, rotations, reflections, and dilations on a figure**. … Next, B is reflected across line to make C. transformation. A transformation is a translation, rotation, reflection, or dilation, or a combination of these.

## Does order matter in transformation?

**The order does not matter**. Algebraically we have y=12f(x3). Of our four transformations, (1) and (3) are in the x direction while (2) and (4) are in the y direction. The order matters whenever we combine a stretch and a translation in the same direction.

## How do you create a transformation rule?

To create Transformation, **go to context and right click → Create Transformation**. In the next window, you will be prompted to enter the Source of Transformation and Name and the click on tick mark box. A rule is created from source to target system and mapping is displayed.

## How do you know if an equation is a transformation?

A function transformation takes whatever is **the basic function f (x)** and then “transforms” it (or “translates” it), which is a fancy way of saying that you change the formula a bit and thereby move the graph around. This is three units higher than the basic quadratic, f (x) = x^{2}. That is, x^{2} + 3 is f (x) + 3.

## How do you find the transformation of a function from a graph?

**5 Steps To Graph Function Transformations In Algebra**

- Identify The Parent Function. Ernest Wolfe. …
- Reflect Over X-Axis or Y-Axis. …
- Shift (Translate) Vertically or Horizontally. …
- Vertical and Horizontal Stretches/Compressions. …
- Plug in a couple of your coordinates into the parent function to double check your work.

## Which comes first translation or reflection?

A glide reflection is a composition of transformations.In a glide reflection, **a translation is first performed on the figure**, then it is reflected over a line. Therefore, the only required information is the translation rule and a line to reflect over. A common example of glide reflections is footsteps in the sand.