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     y = f(x)
    (2, 1) is the minimum point of the curve
    Find the minimum point of  y = 3f(x +3) + 3
    I know how to do it, just need someone to tell me in which order to do it.
    Is it, left 3, triple y then add 3 to y?
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    Yes, that is correct. Remember, brackets, indices, multiplication/division then addition/subtraction.
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    what about  y = 2f( \frac{1}{2} x + 1) + 1
    double x, left 1, double y, add 1 to y ??
    just the bracket i'm concerned with. its y = f(ax) first before the shift left?
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    min point at (2,1)
    find  y = - 2f(½x - 2) - 2
    is it (-6, 0)
 
 
 
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