Transformation of Quadratic Functions Worksheets
This compilation of well-researched printable worksheets has been designed to help high school learners strengthen their understanding on transformation of quadratic functions, transforming the graphs, finding the transformation function g(x) from its parents function f(x) and identifying the various types of shifts. Knowledge of the rules of transformation is a prerequisite to solve pdf worksheets based on horizontal shift, vertical shift and reflection. Begin your practice with our free worksheets!
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Translate each quadratic function according to the indicated shift. Students should draw the new position of the graph after translation. Right, left, up and down shifts are included. Use the answer key to verify your responses.
In this series of second level of worksheets, translate f(x) as per a combination of two subsequent translations provided. Shift them as indicated to get the translated graph g(x).
Translate each given quadratic function f(x) in the series of high school worksheets provided here. Follow the relevant rules f(x) + c or f(x) - c to make up or down shifts and f(x + c) or f(x - c) to make left or right shifts.
Use the relevant rules to shift each quadratic function f(x) left/ right and up/ down. This set of transformation worksheets will require students to make two consecutive translations to obtain g(x).
This batch of quadratic transformation worksheet pdfs contains the graph of the function f(x) and its translation g(x). Read the graphs and identify the number of units up / down / left / right that g(x) is translated from f(x).
These printable worksheets comprise the graph of the parent function f(x) and its translation g(x). Students will need to identify two consecutive shifts (right/ left and up/ down) for every grid provided.
Write the reflection of each quadratic function f(x) provided in this set of transformation worksheets. A reflection on the x-axis will be obtained by multiplying the function by -1 i.e. -f(x). To find the Reflection of the Function across y-axis, find f(-x).