VCE Together Year 12 Mathematical Methods: Transformations of Functions

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# Transformations of Functions

This is part of the VCE Maths Method course under the topic Functions and Graphs and sub-topic Composite Functions, Transformations and Inverses. In this post, we apply transformations to sketch functions of the form y=kf(a(x+b))+c , where f(x) is a polynomial, reciprocal, absolute value, exponential or logarithmic function and a,b,c and k are constants.

• Examine transformation from y = f  (x) to y = Af  (n(x + b)) + c, where A, n, b and c ∈ R, A, n ≠ 0, and f is one of the functions specified above
• Examine the inverse transformation
• Apply matrices to transformations of functions and their graphs up to degree 4

### Matrices and Transformations of Functions

In this video, we will learn the basics of matrices.

In this video, we will learn how to apply matrices to transformations.

### Transforming and Sketching Functions

In these videos, we will learn how to transform and sketch functions.

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