Chapter 19 Proportions and graphs

# 19.6 Translating Graphs of Functions

A translation is a movement of the graph either horizontally parallel to the x-axis or vertically parallel to the y-axis. In this section, we learn about Transforming Trigonometric Graphs, Horizontal translation of Sine function, Horizontal translation of Cosine function.

If you're a student in a school/college that's based in England, you might be entitled for full access to our eLearning platform where you can access to all our tutorial videos and practice questions.

Please check with the head of Maths or deputy headteacher at your school/college to request access if they've already registered to our free pilot subscription. They can always reach us at the below email:

maths@education-auditorium.co.ukÂ

Note: Due to our safeguard and chilled protection policy; we wouldn't be able to respond to students enquiries directly.

AÂ translationÂ is a movement of the graph either horizontally parallel to theÂ x-axis or vertically parallel to theÂ y-axis.Â In this section, we learn about Â Transforming Trigonometric Graphs, Horizontal translation of Sine function, Horizontal translation of Cosine function.

Understanding the relationship between translating a graph and the change in its function notation.

Translating Graphs of Functions - Transforming Trigonometric Graphs, Horizontal translation of Sine function, Horizontal translation of Cosine function.