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## What is the rule of transformation?

: **a principle in logic establishing the conditions under which one statement can be derived or validly deduced from one or more other statements especially in a formalized language**.

## How do you describe the transformation of a function?

A function transformation **takes whatever is the basic function f (x) and then “transforms” it (or “translates” it)**, which is a fancy way of saying that you change the formula a bit and thereby move the graph around. … Moving the function down works the same way; f (x) – b is f (x) moved down b units.

## What are translation rules?

Mapping Rule A mapping rule has the following form (x,y) → (x−7,y+5) and tells you that the x and y coordinates are translated to x−7 and y+5. Translation A translation is an example of **a transformation that moves each point of a shape the same distance and in the same direction**. Translations are also known as slides.

## What is a function rule equation?

A function rule is **the relationship between the dependent and independent variables in the form of an equation**. The function rule of a specific function, explains how to determine the value of the dependent variable say y, in terms of the independent variable say x.

## What are transformation rules in data mapping?

A transformation rule represents **instructions to the developer who completes the job that you define in the mapping** specification. The transformation rules describe the current state of the information and what needs to be done to it to produce a particular result.

## What are the 5 transformations?

These lessons help GCSE/IGCSE Maths students learn about different types of Transformation: Translation, Reflection, Rotation and Enlargement.

## What do you mean by transformation formula?

Transformation of an equation into another equation whose roots are. reciprocals of the roots of a given equation we **replace x→x1**. **2**. Transformation of an equation into another equation whose roots are negative of the roots of a given equation we replace x→−x. 3.