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# C1 Help - Transformation watch

1. Hi Can anyone help me with C1 Maths. I was supposed to have finished it 3 months ago but i'm still stuck in the same place and i'm missing big chunks of my studies. Message me if you are willing to help me. Thanks

Anyway the question that i'm trying to figure out right now. I have no clue on how to solve it. Pos rep to the best example showing how to solve it.

Apply the transformation to the curves with equations y=f(x)

i) ii) iii)

The transformation is f(2x)
2. well you know what each of those f(x) graphs look like. You also know what transformation the f(2x) will look like i.e. multiply x coordinates by 1/2

Then apply that knowledge to the three f(x) that you have.
3. (Original post by parfait-ego)
well you know what each of those f(x) graphs look like. You also know what transformation the f(2x) will look like i.e. multiply x coordinates by 1/2

Then apply that knowledge to the three f(x) that you have.
Clueless
4. Isn't it solved like this:

f(2x) = f(2x)^2 = 2*2x^2 = 4x^2 ?

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