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# Graph transformations watch

1. For the graph of y=f(x-1)
(i) write down the coordinates of the minimum point
(ii) find the coordinates of the point where the curve crosses the y-axis
2. (Original post by mcdonaldkylie)
For the graph of y=f(x-1)
(i) write down the coordinates of the minimum point
(ii) find the coordinates of the point where the curve crosses the y-axis
Could you post the whole question please?
3. (Original post by mcdonaldkylie)
For the graph of y=f(x-1)
(i) write down the coordinates of the minimum point
(ii) find the coordinates of the point where the curve crosses the y-axis
As Muttley suggests, we need the previous part or at least the equation of the curve or a picture of the curve before it was transformed.

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