The graphs below are identical to y=sqrt(x).

The first graph is the standard form of y=sqrt(x)

The second graph has been shifted down by 1 unit. The value of x remains the same, but the y-coordinate is shifted down to 0.9. This means that the new equation for this graph is y = 0.9 * sqrt(x).

The third graph has been shifted to the right by 3 units. The value of x remains the same, but the y-coordinate is shifted to 3 times its original value of 0.5. This means that the new equation for this graph is y = 2 * sqrt(x).

OR

The graph of y=sqrt(x) is identical to the graph of y=x.

The graph of y=sqrt(3) is identical to the graph of y=-3.

The graph of y=-1/2 is not identical to any of the graphs above.

Last modified: September 21, 2022