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## How do you describe the transformation of a function?

A function transformation takes whatever is the basic function f (x) and then “transforms” it (or “translates” it), which is a fancy way of saying that you change the formula a bit and thereby move the graph around. This is three units higher than the basic quadratic, f (x) = x2. That is, x2 + 3 is f (x) + 3.

**What is a function transformation in math?**

In Mathematics, a transformation of a function is a function that turns one function or graph into another, usually related function or graph. For example, translating a quadratic graph (parabola) will move the axis of symmetry and vertex but the overall shape of the parabola stays the same.

**What is a rule to describe a translation?**

How to Write a Rule to Describe a Translation. Step 1: Pick a pair of corresponding points: one point in the shape before the translation and the same point in the shape after the translation. Step 2: Determine how many units, a, left or right the shape moved. This amount will be added/subtracted to the x component.

### What are the rules for rotations?

Here are the rotation rules:

- 90° clockwise rotation: (x,y) becomes (y,-x)
- 90° counterclockwise rotation: (x,y) becomes (-y,x)
- 180° clockwise and counterclockwise rotation: (x, y) becomes (-x,-y)
- 270° clockwise rotation: (x,y) becomes (-y,x)
- 270° counterclockwise rotation: (x,y) becomes (y,-x)

**How to write transformation rules?**

AWS DMS doesn’t support more than one transformation rule per schema level or per table level.

**How to write transformation functions?**

Function Transformations. Just like Transformations in Geometry, we can move and resize the graphs of functions: Let us start with a function, in this case it is f(x) = x 2, but it could be anything: f(x) = x 2. Here are some simple things we can do to move or scale it on the graph:

## What are transformation rules?

You use the Manage Product Transformation Rules page in the Setup and Maintenance work area to write the transformation rule.

**What is the correct order of transformations?**

Start with parentheses (look for possible horizontal shift) (This could be a vertical shift if the power of x is not 1.)