For any given vertical (or horizontal) stretch or shrink, is there a corresponding horizontal (or vertical) stretch or shrink which gives rise to the identical graph transformations? Explain your reasoning. Yes, there will always be corresponding vertical or horizontal shrink because you are basically creating a mirror image of the curve just at different coordinate points on the graph. it just depends on what function you use to determine which direction the curve goes, either left or right, up or down.
Describe a process (step-by-step) in your daily life in which the order of events is important. What would happen if you switched the order? A process in my daily life would be taking my daughter to school in the morning. the first step is getting her up in the morning and getting here ready (washing her face, brushing her teeth, getting dressed), getting some breakfast, and dropping her off. If I did that backwards I’m sure the other parents at the school would wonder, why I’m bringing my sleeping child to school trying to brush her teeth and get her dressed in her classroom.
Describe a process (step-by-step) in your field of study in which the order of events is important. What would happen if you switched the order? The research and development process in the Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) field is very important. The first step is always, determining what the objective is that needs to be met, and what obstacles may prevent you from reaching those objectives. Brainstorming, and design phase would be next to create a prototype. The next step would be the testing phase which is the most important to me. This phase helps make the design safe and make sure it will actually do the job. In my opinion I don’t believe you can do this in any other order. you can’t test something that hasn’t been designed or built. Or you can’t design something without knowing what the objective of the design is or knowing what issue you may run into because of the objective you are trying to reach.