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HFL Math 8- Transformations

Dilation The "stetching" or "shrinking" of a graph.
Domain the set of numbers that can be used for the x-vaue in a function.
translation sliding a graph to a new position in the coordinate plane without changing its shape.
transformation moving every point of a graph the same distance either left, right, up, down or toward or away from the axes.
reflection the result when you plot points the same distance away from the line you are reflecting them about, but on the other side of the line.
absolute value the distance between the graph of a number and the number line.
coordinate plane the plane, made by the horizontal and vertical axes, used to graph two-dimensional objects.
coordinates the unique ordered pair of real numbers associated with each point in a plane.
ordered pair a pair of numbers (x,y), that belongs to a specific point on the coordinate plane.
origin the meeting point of the x-axes and the y-axes having the coordinates of (0,0)
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