Given the function

graph the functions **f(x - A)**
for **A = -2, -1, 0, 1, 2**
using the TI-85 graphing calculator.

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- If you are not familiar with the graphing of functions on the TI-85, then first read the Initial Setup page from Little's Basic Guide to the TI-85.
- Type in
**{-2,-1,0,1,2} STO A**You can find the symbol

**{**by pressing 2nd LIST and F1; the symbol**}**is then obtained by pressing F2. - Press the GRAPH key and then pick
**y(x)=**by pressing the F1 key. - If necessary, keep pressing F4 key until only
**y1=**appears on the screen. - Type in
**2nd x**^{2}(1 - (x - A))and press the ENTER key.

IMPORTANT:**A**must be upper case. - The range settings for the graph above is
**[-4, 4]**×**[-3, 3]**. - Note that the graphs of the functions are plotted in the order in which
the values are stored in
**A**.