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X2 + y2 = 49 Down 3, left 2 −4 26. x2 + y2 = 25 Up 3, left 4 27. y = x3 Left 1, down 1 0 −2 t y = g(t) 28. y = x2>3 Right 1, down 1 −3 29. 81 a. g(- t) b. - g(t) 31. y = 2x - 7 Up 7 c. g(t) + 3 d. 1 - g(t) 30. y = - 2x Right 3 32. y = 1 (x + 1) + 5 Down 5, right 1 2 33. y = 1>x Up 1, right 1 34. y = 1>x2 Left 2, down 1 Graph the functions in Exercises 35–54. e. g(- t + 2) f. g(t - 2) g. g(1 - t) h. - g(t - 4) Vertical and Horizontal Scaling Exercises 57–66 tell by what factor and direction the graphs of the given functions are to be stretched or compressed.
The circle in the figure is a unit circle, so 0 u 0 equals the length of the circular arc AP. The length of line segment AP is therefore less than 0 u 0 . Triangle APQ is a right triangle with sides of length y P u O cos u sin u 1 Q - 0 u 0 … 1 - cos u … 0 u 0 . and u A(1, 0) 1 − cos u x QP = 0 sin u 0 , AQ = 1 - cos u. 47 From the geometry of this figure, drawn for u 7 0, we get the inequality sin2 u + (1 - cos u)2 … u 2. sin2 u … u 2 and (1 - cos u)2 … u 2. By taking square roots, this is equivalent to saying that so 0 sin u 0 … 0 u 0 and - 0 u 0 … sin u … 0 u 0 and 0 1 - cos u 0 … 0 u 0 , - 0 u 0 … 1 - cos u … 0 u 0 .
If u = p>2, then cos u = 0 and c2 = a2 + b2. 47). The circle in the figure is a unit circle, so 0 u 0 equals the length of the circular arc AP. The length of line segment AP is therefore less than 0 u 0 . Triangle APQ is a right triangle with sides of length y P u O cos u sin u 1 Q - 0 u 0 … 1 - cos u … 0 u 0 . and u A(1, 0) 1 − cos u x QP = 0 sin u 0 , AQ = 1 - cos u. 47 From the geometry of this figure, drawn for u 7 0, we get the inequality sin2 u + (1 - cos u)2 … u 2. sin2 u … u 2 and (1 - cos u)2 … u 2.