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Asked Jan 13, 2020
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What happens to the graph of y = a(x + b)3 + c as a.

a changes while b and c remain fixed?

b. b changes (a and c fixed, a ≠ 0)?

c. c changes (a and b fixed, a ≠ 0)?

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Step 1

The given equation is

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Step 2

Fix b=1, c=1. Graph the given equation by substituting different values for a as shown below:

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Step 3

From the above graph it can be observed that as the values of a increases (keeping the values of b and c fixe...

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