# SOLUTION: Explain how the graph of y-5=(x-3)^2 can be obtained from the graph of y=x^2. My answer is, Shift the graph of y=x^2 left 3 units and up 5 units. Is that right. Thanks again for

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Points-lines-and-rays Question 43502This question is from textbook Algebra and trigonometry with analytic geometry : Explain how the graph of y-5=(x-3)^2 can be obtained from the graph of y=x^2. My answer is, Shift the graph of y=x^2 left 3 units and up 5 units. Is that right. Thanks again for helping.This question is from textbook Algebra and trigonometry with analytic geometry Answer by Nate(3500)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Look at: where the vertex is (h,k) Since is opposite, you would shift three units right and five units up. Red Graph: Green Graph: