Oct 30, 2013 Thread starter #1 E eddie2113 New member Oct 30, 2013 1 Q: The point (0,-1/2) is on the graph of f. If g is a translation of f so that g(x)=f(x+1/2) + 2, then what are the coordinates of the translated point? I got the answer (-1/2, 2) but I'm not sure if that is the correct answer. Thanks!

Q: The point (0,-1/2) is on the graph of f. If g is a translation of f so that g(x)=f(x+1/2) + 2, then what are the coordinates of the translated point? I got the answer (-1/2, 2) but I'm not sure if that is the correct answer. Thanks!

Oct 30, 2013 Admin #2 M MarkFL Administrator Staff member Feb 24, 2012 13,775 Re: PreCalc Functions Help The translation: \(\displaystyle f(x-h)+k\) takes the point $(x,y)$ on $f$, and moves it to $(x+h,y+k)$. You have the correct new $x$-coordinate, but not the correct new $y$-coordinate.

Re: PreCalc Functions Help The translation: \(\displaystyle f(x-h)+k\) takes the point $(x,y)$ on $f$, and moves it to $(x+h,y+k)$. You have the correct new $x$-coordinate, but not the correct new $y$-coordinate.