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A Library of Functions with Transformations
This Demonstration shows the graph of
for eight basic functions. You can manipulate the sliders for vertical stretches, and vertical and horizontal shifts.
Contributed by:
Ed Zaborowski
Based on a program by:
Abby Brown
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A Library of Functions with Transformations
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Published: August 29, 2007
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