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For example: The teacher would plot sqrt(x) and have the students pick out three or four nice points on the graph (i.e. whole number or nice fraction points). The teacher would then give the transformation for the group to graph. Based on the points that students have picked, the group would plot the points of the transformations. Once finished the students would see the changes from the original graph to the transformed graph.
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