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### Can you compare and contrast a graph, equation, set of ordered pairs or table with its parent function?

This equation is different from its parent function because it has been manipulated. Two is being subtracted from x^2. One is being added to the whole equation. This means that it is being moved to the right two units and it is being moved up one unit. These equations are similar because they still have  x^2 in each one.

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The way you can differentiate between the parent function and the new table, is that they obviously have different points. The conclusion that I can draw from these tables is that the x-values have had two added to them. The y-values have had one added to them. When you analyze the tables, you can tell that the domains are in chronological order in both. The ranges both repeat two numbers twice, in a decreasing and then increasing fashion.

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I can formulate that parent function and the new ordered pairs are clearly written in the same format. Just like the table, the parent function had two added to the x-values and one added to the y-values.

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Both graphs form a parabola. The new graph, however, is moved to the right two units and up one unit. The graph still maintains its shape, but the coordinate plane has been moved, causing the graph to be placed in a new area.