# Grade 11 Multiple Transformations To Graph Quiz

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• 1.
Functions of the g(x) = a(x – h)^2 can be graphed by applying the appropriate transformations, one at a time, to the graph of
• A.

F(x) = 2x

• B.

F(x) = x^2

• C.

F(x) = (x – 1)^2

• D.

F(x) = x + 2

• 2.
List the sequence of steps required to graph the function f(x) = –(x + 4)^2 – 6
• A.

Horizontal translation 4 units to the right, vertical compressions by a factor of 1, vertical translation 6 units down

• B.

Horizontal translation 4 units to the right, reflection in the x-axis, vertical translation 6 units down

• C.

Horizontal translation 4 units to the left, vertical translation 6 units up, reflection in the x–axis

• D.

Horizontal translation 4 units to the left, reflection in x-axis, vertical translation 6 units down

• 3.
Which function matches the graph?
• A.

F(x) = –2(x – 3)^2 + 1

• B.

F(x) = 2(x + 3)^2 – 1

• C.

F(x) = (x + 3)^2 + 2

• D.

F(x) = ½ (x – 3)^2 – 1

• 4.
Consider a parabola P that is congruent to y = x2, opens upward, and has vertex (–1, 3). Now find the equation of a new parabola that results if p is reflected in the x-axis and translated 3 units down
• A.

Y = –(x + 4)^2 + 3

• B.

Y = (x – 1)^2 + 6

• C.

Y = – (x + 1)^2

• D.

Y = – (x – 2)^2 + 3

• 5.
A stonewashed jean company has determined the cost in dollars (c) per tonne of stones mined is given by c(x) = 0.2(x – 5)^2 + 7, where x is the number of tonnes of stone. How does the vertex of the parabola of the function compare to the vertex of f(x) = x^2
• A.

Down 5 units and right 7 units

• B.

Up 7 units and left 5 units

• C.

Up 7 units and right 5 units

• D.

Up 5 units and right 7 units

• 6.
The graphs of y = x2 and another parabola are shown below. What is a possible equation for the second parabola?
• A.

Y = 2x^2 + 1

• B.

Y = ½ x^2 + 1

• C.

Y = 2(x + 1)^2

• D.

Y = –2x^2 – 1

• 7.
(4, 16) is a key point on the graph of f(x) = x2.  If the parabola is translated horizontally, 3 units left and reflected vertically in the x-axis, what are the coordinates of the image of the key point?
• A.

(7, –16)

• B.

(–1, 16)

• C.

(1, –16)

• D.

(–1, –16)

• 8.
Sheila threw a ball into the air. The function h(t) = –5(t – 1)2 + 5 models the height of the ball h(t), in meters, t seconds after the ball is thrown. Which of the following was not a transformation applied to f(x) = x2 to obtain the graph of h(t) = –5(t – 1)2 + 5
• A.

Vertical reflection in the x–axis

• B.

Vertical translation 5 units up

• C.

Horizontal translation 1 unit to the right

• D.

Vertical compression by a factor of 1/5

• 9.
The graphs of y = x2 and another parabola are shown below.  What is the first step that should be performed to transform y = x2 to the second parabola?
• A.

Horizontal translation 4 units left

• B.

Vertical translation 3 units up

• C.

Vertical stretch by a factor of 2

• D.

Reflection in x-axis

• 10.
What would be the coordinates for C'' if C(-1, -4) was rotated 180° to create C', then C' was reflected over the line y=-x?
• A.

(4, 1)

• B.

(1, 4)

• C.

(-4, -1)

• D.

(-1, -4)

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