hi, i'm basically a bit confused as to how to solve this vector question, in other words, in what i have to do which is confusing me... 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data This is a sketch of the curve with equation y = f(x) It passes through the origin O. (the sketch has no value on or anything, its simply a happy parabola then passes through the origin on the left side a bit of the way up, and dips in the negative y values) The only vertex of the curve is at A (2, -4) a) Write down the coordinates of the vertex of the curve with the equation (bold are my answers) i) y = f(x-3) (5, -4) ii) y = f(x) -5 (2, -9) iii) y = -f(x) (2, 4) iv) y = f(2x) (1, -4) The curve with equation y=x^2 has been translated to give the curve y=f(x)[/] b) find f(x) in terms of x 2. Relevant equations (I dunno if the first half of the question is needed, if it is, say so and ill post it up) 3. The attempt at a solution not really sure, i know how functions work, I know all about vectors too, but not sure what it means by "translated", and how i would find out the answer. my instinct says the answer is simply x^2, but somehow I dont think it is, and i certainly dont think that is worthy of 4 marks :S hope you can help, thnx i added in the entirity of the question now..