- Given a random function and a random transformation of that function (of the form \( g(x)=af(b(x−h))+k \) ), determine what \( a,b,h,k \) must be
- Watch the individual transformations to see if your \( a,b,h,k \) values are correct
- Keep practicing with random functions

Directions:

- Use the coordinates of the given points to determine \( a,b,h,k \)
- Enter your values for \( a,b,h,k \) in the boxes
- Click the
**Stretch**and**Translate**buttons to see the individual transformations - Click
**Reset**if your \( a,b,h,k \) values are incorrect - Click
**New f(x)**to get two new random functions

**Note:** The point ∙ is always transformed to ∘, and the point ⧫ is always
transformed to ◊.