Algebra
# Function Graphs

**A** is $y=ax^2.$ Which of the following is a possible equation for curve **B**?
$\begin{aligned}
\text{(i) } y&=5ax^2 &\qquad \text{(ii) } y&=-2ax^2 \\
\text{(iii) } y&=6ax^2 &\qquad \text{(iv) } y&=-\frac{1}{2}ax^2
\end{aligned}$

**A** is a circle with radius $2$ centered at the origin and **B** is an ellipse with major axis $4$ and minor axis $2$ centered at $(7, 5).$ If **B** is stretched and translated to obtain **A**, which of the following processes should be applied?

(i) Translate **B** by $-7$ and $-5$ in the positive directions of the $x$-axis and $y$-axis, respectively, and stretch by a factor of $2$ with respect to the $y$-axis.

(ii) Translate **B** by $-7$ and $-5$ in the positive directions of the $x$-axis and $y$-axis, respectively, and stretch by a factor of $2$ with respect to the $x$-axis.

(iii) Translate **B** by $7$ and $5$ in the positive directions of the $x$-axis and $y$-axis, respectively, and stretch by a factor of $\frac{1}{2}$ with respect to the $y$-axis.

(iv) Translate **B** by $-7$ and $-5$ in the positive directions of the $x$-axis and $y$-axis, respectively, and stretch by a factor of $\frac{1}{2}$ with respect to the $x$-axis.

$y = \ln x$, which of these statements describes the transformations to get the graph of $y = \ln (4x^2 + 4x + 1)$ for $x > - \frac{1}{2}$?

Given the graph$\quad \text{(1)}$ Translate to the left by 1 and up by $\ln 4$, then scale vertically by 2.

$\quad \text{(2)}$ Translate to the left by $\frac{1}{2}$ and up by $\ln 2$, then scale vertically by 2.

$\quad \text{(3)}$ Translate to the left by 1 and up by $\ln 2$, then scale vertically by 2.

$\quad \text{(4)}$ Translate to the left by $\frac{1}{2}$ and up by $\ln 4$, then scale vertically by 2.

$y = 7x^2+7$, what is the sequence of operations required to obtain the graph of $y = 175x^2 +3?$

Given the graph**Note:** The above graph is not drawn to scale.

(i) Stretch the given graph by a factor of $5$ with respect to the $x$-axis and translate by $4$ in the positive direction of the $x$-axis.

(ii) Stretch the given graph by a factor of $5$ with respect to the $y$-axis and translate by $-4$ in the positive direction of the $y$-axis.

(iii) Stretch the given graph by a factor of $\frac{1}{5}$ with respect to the $x$-axis and translate by $4$ in the positive direction of the $y$-axis.

(iv) Stretch the given graph by a factor of $\frac{1}{5}$ with respect to the $x$-axis and translate by $-4$ in the positive direction of the $y$-axis.