Describe the Transformation f(x)=1/x

Math
The parent function is the simplest form of the type of function given.
The transformation from the first equation to the second one can be found by finding , , and for each equation.
Find , , and for .
Find , , and for .
The horizontal shift depends on the value of . The horizontal shift is described as:
– The graph is shifted to the left units.
– The graph is shifted to the right units.
Horizontal Shift: None
The vertical shift depends on the value of . The vertical shift is described as:
– The graph is shifted up units.
– The graph is shifted down units.
Vertical Shift: None
The sign of describes the reflection across the x-axis. means the graph is reflected across the x-axis.
Reflection about the x-axis: None
To find the transformation, compare the two functions and check to see if there is a horizontal or vertical shift, reflection about the x-axis, and if there is a vertical stretch.
Parent Function:
Horizontal Shift: None
Vertical Shift: None
Reflection about the x-axis: None
Describe the Transformation f(x)=1/x

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