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1. When f(x)= x^2

Why is it when sketching, f(2x) is more squashed than f(4x)?
2. f(2x)=(2x)^2 = 4x^2
f(4x)=(4x)^2 = 16x^2
Therefore, f(4x) is going to get big quicker than f(2x) (for instance take x=3, f(2x)=36, whereas f(4x)=144. So f(4x) should be more squashed than f(2x)

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