The diagram shows several lines. You can only see part of the lines, but they actually continue forever in both directions.

Which lines are images of line * f* under a translation?

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For each line that is a translation of * f*, draw an arrow on the grid that shows the vertical translation distance.

Draw your graph on paper, take a picture, and upload it using the image upload icon

If you do not have the ability to upload an image of your work, type "Graph is on paper."

Diego earns $10 per hour babysitting. Assume that he has no money saved before he starts babysitting and plans to save all of his earnings.

Graph how much money, y, he has after x hours of babysitting.

Draw your graph on paper, take a picture, and upload it using the image upload icon

If you do not have the ability to upload an image of your work, type "Graph is on paper."

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Now imagine that Diego started with $30 saved before he starts babysitting. On the same set of axes, graph how much money, y, he would have after x hours of babysitting.

Draw your graph on paper, take a picture, and upload it using the image upload icon

If you do not have the ability to upload an image of your work, type "Graph is on paper."

Compare the second line with the first line. How much more money does Diego have after 1 hour of babysitting?

Do not include dollars ($) in your answer.

Compare the second line with the first line. How much more money does Diego have after 2 hours of babysitting?

Do not include dollars ($) in your answer.

Compare the second line with the first line. How much more money does Diego have after 5 hours of babysitting?

Do not include dollars ($) in your answer.

Compare the second line with the first line. How much more money does Diego have after x hours of babysitting?

Do not include dollars ($) in your answer.

Write an equation for each line.

Write the equations using the "WIRIS editor" button

This graph shows two lines. Line a goes through the origin (0,0). Line * h* is the image of line a under a translation.

Select all of the equations whose graph is the line h.

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A student says that the graph of the equation is the same as the graph of , only translated upwards by 8 units. Do you agree?

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Why or why not?