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# Graph Transformations

Covers all aspects of the GCSE 2019+ syllabus. Also covers y = f(ax) which is still in the IGCSE syllabus.

## S Zimmer

### 24th Oct 2022 Flag Comment

Slide 24 - Question 7 - Shouldn't answer be that the transformation is (0, -4)

## K LIN

### 9th Feb 2022 Flag Comment

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## K Lin

### 4th Apr 2021 Flag Comment

awesome website! I love how it's free too!

## Mr R Goldspink

### 29th Jan 2021 Flag Comment

Thanks for sharing!

## D Rahman

good

### 16th Aug 2020 Flag Comment

It is helping me a lot but, it doesn't have answers to the questions

## Mr T O'Reilly

### 31st May 2019 Flag Comment

Dear Dr. Frost, On Slide 21 of your TransformationOfGraphs PowerPoint, it refers to a file called GCSERevision-TrigGraphs but I cannot seem to find it in this folder. Where could I find this file? Thanks

## Miss S Kermani

### 8th Mar 2019 Flag Comment

slide 11 errors: lastQ4 (-2,1) and Q5b, y=(x-2)^2+3(x-2)

## jeff the fourth

### 8th May 2018 Flag Comment

there is only maths here pls fix

### 3rd May 2018 Flag Comment

Will go with Octavio Dominguez. The error does not seem to have been corrected yet.

## Octavio Dominguez

### 5th Dec 2017 Flag Comment

Hi there, I've discovered your website recently and first of all I wanted to say massive THANK YOU. You are such an inspiration. Just a quick one on the Transformations of graphs. Slide 9 of the power point. f(x/4). First point (4,3) should be (16, 3), instead of (12,3). I hope that helps. Thanks again!

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