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    So, f(x) = 4x-1

    What happens if...

    f(x+2)
    f(x)+2
    f(3x)
    3f(x)

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by Retsek)
    So, f(x) = 4x-1

    What happens if...

    f(x+2)
    f(x)+2
    f(3x)
    3f(x)

    Thanks!
    f(?) = 4?-1
    f(0_0) = 4(0_0) -1
    f(8----D) = 4(8-----D) -1
    f(Hi) = 4(Hi)-1
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    (Original post by Naruke)
    f(?) = 4?-1
    f(0_0) = 4(0_0) -1
    f(8----D) = 4(8-----D) -1
    f(Hi) = 4(Hi)-1
    You're not even funny
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    (Original post by Retsek)
    You're not even funny
    I'm not even trying to be, with the examples I've provided you should be able to solve your problems.
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    f(x+2) - The graph moves on the x-axis to the left two places
    f(x)+2 - The graph moves up on the y-axis two places
    f(3x) - The graph x-axis is stretched by 1/3
    3f(x) - The graph y-axis is stretched by 3

    if i remember correctly (:
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    (Original post by Naruke)
    I'm not even trying to be, with the examples I've provided you should be able to solve your problems.
    You only told me one thing and I already knew it lmao, sorry for jumping the gun and thinking you were taking the piss tho
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    (Original post by Retsek)
    You only told me one thing and I already knew it lmao, sorry for jumping the gun and thinking you were taking the piss tho
    Oh, is this question related to graph transformations?
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    (Original post by Naruke)
    Oh, is this question related to graph transformations?
    To be honest with you I wasn't 100% sure what I was asking but I've got it now XD
 
 
 
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