4/29-4/30 ReCAP Quiz Grade: Transformations of Exponential Functions

QuizÂ by Jennifer Hollingsworth

High School
Algebra II
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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6 questions
• Q1
Remember: What type of translation affects the asymptote of an exponential function?
Horizontal Translations (Left/Right)
Reflections
Vertical Stretches/Compressions
Vertical Translations (Up/Down)
300s
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• Q2
Remember: What does adding or subtracting a constant to the back of an exponential equation do to its graph.?
Vertical Stretch/Compression
Reflection
Vertical Translation (Up/Down)
Horizontal Translation (Left/Right)
300s
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• Q3
Comprehend: Compare the affect that reflections do to the graph of an exponential function.
An x-axis reflection will change range, while a y-axis reflection will not.
An x-axis reflection will change range, while a y-axis reflection will change domain.
Both types of reflections will change the horizontal asymptote.
Both types of reflections will change the domain.
300s
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• Q4
Apply/Predict: What will happen to the asymptote when you shift the graph of an exponential function up 5?
The asymptote will shift left 5.
The asymptote will shift down 5.
The asymptote will shift right 5.
The asymptote will shift up 5.
300s
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• Q5
300s
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• Q6
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