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##### Using modulus functions

##### Explore the roots and intercepts of cubic graphs

##### Explore the roots and shapes of quartic functions

##### Explore reciprocal graphs

##### Explore translations of a graph

##### Explore stretches of a cubic graph

##### Explore transformations of exponential function

##### The modulus function

##### Intersections of straight lines and modulus graphs

##### Explore modulus transformations

##### Explore combined tranformations of logarithms

##### Explore the solution to an inequality of a modulus function.

##### Matching Polynomials

Selecting the order of the curve, and using the sliders to match the blue dashed curve to the green curve will reveal the equation in each case, but can you say what the equation is before making the match?

##### Coordinate Geometry - Rational Curves - y=(x-a)/(x-b)

Change the values of $\color{blue}{a}$ and $\color{blue}{b}$ and observe the effect this has on the curve and its asymptotes.

##### Coordinate Geometry - Asymptotes - Asymptotes of y=a/(x-b)

The graph displayed is described by the Cartesian equation: $\color{blue}{y = {{a} \over {x - b}}}$.

Change the values of $\color{blue}{a}$ and $\color{blue}{b}$ and observe the effect this has on the curve and its asymptotes. What are the equations of these asymptotes?

##### Odd and Even Functions

Functions with the property that f(-a) = -f(a) for all values of a are called odd.

Drag the sample point to help decide whether each of the 10 functions given below are odd, even or neither.

What geometric properties do odd and even functions have?

##### Transformation: y = a f(x)

A transformation may look like a rotation, but the draggable green point, shows they are all, in fact, stretches away from the x-axis by a factor of a.

What is the effect of making a = -1, so y = -f(x) ?

##### Transformation: y = f(x + a)

The green sample points show how graphs are translated horizontally in the opposite direction to what you might expect.

##### Transformation: y = f(x - a)

The green sample points show how graphs are translated horizontally.

##### Transformation: y = f(x) + a

You can drag the green point, and then use the slider to see the effect of the transformation on that particular point.

##### Transformation: y = f(a x)

The green sample points show how graphs expand or contract horizontally in the opposite directions to what you might expect.

What is the effect of making a = -1, so y = f(-x) ?

##### Exponential and Log Combined Transformations

This display shows the transformation \(y = \ln \left( {ax} \right)\) What is the effect of increasing \(a\)? It should be a stretch factor \({1 \over a}\), but it looks like a translation. Noting that \(\ln \left( {ax} \right) = \ln \left( x \right) + \ln \left( a \right)\), you can see that the transformation is the same as a translation vertically by \(y = \ln \left( {a} \right)\). When \(a = - 1\), the transformation is a reflection in the \(y\) axis.

This display shows the transformation \(y = \ln \left( {x - b} \right)\) Increasing the value of \(a\) will move the curve to the right.

This display shows the transformations \(y = \ln \left( {{ax} - b} \right)\)

##### Investigate Modulus Inequalities 1

$\color{blue}{ f(x) = a \, { x ^ 2 } + b \, x + c }$ is shown in blue and $\color{red}{g(x) = \left| \, d \, x + e \, \right| }$ is shown in red.

The solution is values of $x$ for which $\color{blue}{f(x)}$ lies above $\color{red}{g(x)}$.

##### Investigate Modulus Inequalities 2

Both the curve $\color{blue}{y = \left| \, a \, {x^2} + b \, x + c \, \right|}$ and the line $\color{red}{y = d \, x + e}$ are plotted, and the inequality holds where the modulus of the curve lies above the line.

The solution is shown on the number line at the bottom. Note that the solution is itself an inequality, but in terms of just x. Note also, that intersection points are shown as open circles on the number line, because they are not included in the solution.

##### a sin (b x + c) + d Transformations

The original sin function is showed as a green dashed line, and the transformed sin function is shown as a solid blue line. Initially the lines coincide. You can drag green and blue gliders to read coordinates at corresponding points on the original and transformed curves.

##### a cos (b x + c) + d Transformations

The original cos function is showed as a green dashed line, and the transformed cos function is shown as a solid blue line. Initially the lines coincide. You can drag green and blue gliders to read coordinates at corresponding points on the original and transformed curves.

##### a tan (b x + c) + d Transformations

The original tan function is showed as a green dashed line, and the transformed tan function is shown as a solid blue line. Initially the lines coincide. You can drag green and blue gliders to read coordinates at corresponding points on the original and transformed curves.

##### Investigate Order of Transformations 1

For $\color{blue}{f(x) = ( a \, \sin ( x ) ) + d }$ the vertical stretch (factor $\color{purple}{ a }$) is applied before the vertical translation (of $\color{purple}{ d }$).

For $\color{red}{g(x) = a \, ( \sin ( x ) + d ) }$ the vertical translation (of $\color{purple}{ d }$) is applied before the vertical stretch (factor $\color{purple}{ a }$).

You can drag a glider on the x-axis to help read cooordinates at corresponding sample points.

##### Investigate Order of Transformations 2

For $\color{blue}{f(x) = \sin ( ( b \, x ) + c ) }$ the horizontal translation (of $\color{purple}{ - c }$) is applied before the horizontal stretch (factor $\color{purple}{ { 1 \over b } }$).

For $\color{red}{g(x) = \sin ( b ( x + c ) ) }$ the the horizontal stretch (factor $\color{purple}{ { 1 \over b } }$) is applied before the horizontal translation (of $\color{purple}{ - c }$).

These orders may seem counter-intuitive if considering 'BIDMAS' precedence.

You can drag a glider on the x-axis to help read cooordinates at corresponding sample points.