Linear Transformations Part 3 teaches how a base function can be transformed to generate a range of possible functions using algebraic, graphical, and verbal methods. The lesson explains how scaling, translation, and scaling on both the outside and inside of a function can be used to achieve complete linear transformation, and how it can be used to determine the transformation and vertex of a parabola. This form allows a base function to be transformed to generate a family of related functions.
Understand algebraically, graphically and verbally linear transformations of both the input and output of functions and how a base function can be linearly transformed to generate the whole set of possible functions of that type.
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