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1. I'm usually ok with transformation of graphs and thought I'd got this one right when I drew Attachment 526773526775 Firstly, I translated it down 1 and then attempted to stretch it but the actual answer is Attachment 526773526775526800. Just wondering if someone knew why the way I did it was wrong? Thanks!
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2. (Original post by rpnom)

I'm usually ok with transformation of graphs and thought I'd got this one right when I drew Attachment 526773526775 Firstly, I translated it down 1 and then attempted to stretch it but the actual answer is Attachment 526773526775526800. Just wondering if someone knew why the way I did it was wrong? Thanks!
What you've done is this:

Transform 1: translate down by 1 to get .

Transform 2: stretch by 2 to get .

What you need to do is:

Transform 1: stretch by 2 to get:

Transform 2: translate by 1 to get : .
3. (Original post by Zacken)
What you've done is this:

Transform 1: translate down by 1 to get .

Transform 2: stretch by 2 to get .

What you need to do is:

Transform 1: stretch by 2 to get:

Transform 2: translate by 1 to get : .
4. (Original post by rpnom)
Awesome, no problem!

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