The graph of \(y=f(x)\) is shown below.
The graph of \(y=g(x)\) is shown below.
What is \(g(x)\) in terms of \(f(x)\)? For example, if you think \(g(x)=f(x-3)\) enter "\(\\f(x-3)\)", without quotation marks.
You can get a basic idea here :
If we reflect f(x) about the y axis, we get f(-x)
If we move this 4 units to the right, we have
f(-(x - 4)) = f(-x + 4) = g(x)