# Which one describes the translation of f(x) to g(x) ?

Which one describes the translation of f(x) to g(x) ?

$Which one describes the translation of f(x) to g(x) ?$

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1. leelee8335 says:

translation of four units up

2. geckos3411 says:

translation of four units up

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3. MOONCHILDSUGA says:

Option (1)

Step-by-step explanation:

Given question is incomplete; find the picture of the graph in the attachment.

Parent function f(x) = $\frac{1}{2^x}$

When function 'f' is translated by 4 units up which is evident form the graph, the translated function obtained is,

g(x) = f(x) + 4

g(x) = $\frac{1}{2^x}+4$

Therefore, Option (1). [Translation of 4 units up] is defined by the graph attached.

$Which describes the translation of f(x) to g(x)? translation of four units up translation of five un$

4. hardwick744 says:

As you can see, each point on f(x) is moved up 4 units to get to g(x), so the function is g(x) = f(x) + 4.  The f(x) function cannot possibly be f(x)=1/2, though, because that would be a horizontal line through y = 1/2 and that function is clearly not a horizontal line.  So whatever f(x) is REALLY, add 4 to the tail end of it to show its translation.

5. irene27 says:

The translation function g(x) is given as:

$g(x)=\dfrac{1}{2^x}+4$

step-by-step explanation:

The parent function is f(x) and its representation is given as:

$f(x)=\dfrac{1}{2^x}$

Now the graph g*x) is obtained by translation of the graph f(x) by some units.

Now as the graph of g(x) is a shift of the graph f(x) or the graph g(x) is translated by 4 units upwards.

hence the function g(x) is represented by:

g(x)=f(x)+4.

Hence the translation function g(x) is given as:

$g(x)=\dfrac{1}{2^x}+4$

$The graph shows f(x) = 1/2 and its translation, g(x). which describes the translation of f(x) to g(x$

6. biyah40 says:

Translation of 4 units up

7. aidy8665 says:

a

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8. ellie4678 says:

Hi! 🙂

The graph shows f(x) = [1/2]^x and its translation, g(x). Which describes the translation of f(x) to g(x)?

Translation of four units up! The f(x) function cannot possibly be f(x)=1/2, though, because that would be a horizontal line through y = 1/2 and that function is clearly not a horizontal line.  So whatever f(x) is really, add 4 to the tail end of it to show its translation!

🙂

9. YungKardon says:

Chose the first one,because f(x) move up 4 units to g(x)

10. maggiegoodenough62 says:

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