Visualizing Functions: From Data Tables to Transformation Figures
and Cartesian Graphs
Suppose that the variable *y *is a function of *x *with
*y *= *f* (*x*). Given the following table for the function,
move the points A, B, C, and D on the transformation figure to match the ordered
pairs of data in the table.

You can click on the buttons on figure to see how this data is
represented on a cartesian graph.
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**You can click on the figure below to see what your solution
might look like.**

Suppose that the variable *y *is a function of *x *with
*y *= *f* (*x*). Given the following table for the function, move
the points (A, B) (C,D) on the cartesian coordinate graph to match the ordered
pairs of data in the table.
You can click on the buttons on figure to see how this data is
represented on a transformation figure.
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