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1. hello i live in uae .i study edexcel A-level

i know the answer but i cannot solve

1.apply the following transformations to the curve with equation y=f(x)=1/x

state coordinates of points where the curves cross the axes and in iii state the equations of any asymptotes (a) f(x+2) (b) f(x)+2 (c) f(x-1) (d) f(x)-1 (e)f(x)-3 (f) f(x-3)
2. well do you understand what each transformation means?
3. well i actually understand all of them except the one ive listed
4. There are 6 transformations you need to know for C1. Your questions are specific questions denoting each transformation you need to know.

Do you know what

f(x + a)
f(x - a)
f(x) + a
f(x) - a
af(x)
f(ax)

Mean? In terms of transforming the graph f(x). Theres no point in telling you the answers if you don't know what the 6 above transformations mean in terms of words.

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