#1**+1 **

Notice that f(x) has these four corner points: A(-4, 4) B(-1, 0) C(0, 2) D(4, -4).

Parts (a) and (b) refer to the function y = 2f(x) -- this means that the y-values are multiplied by 2,

so that the new graph will contain these four corner points: A(-4, 8) B(-1, 0) C(0, 2) D(4, -8).

Take out a piece of graph paper and graph these points and connect them with straight line segments.

Now you can answer parts (a) and (b).

Parts (c) and (d) refer to the function f(2x - 8) -- this means that the y-values are each 8 less than

the y-values from the graph that you have just drawn; for example, the new coordinates for A are (-4, 0).

Find the other three new points and graph them and connect them with straight line segments.

Then try to answer parts (c) and (d).

geno3141 Aug 7, 2020

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#4**+1 **

**Right! ...........**

**Now that you have an answer, you delete the fucking question, leaving Geno’s answer post looking like a moronic orphan.**

**You should be banned!!**

Guest Aug 8, 2020

#5**+2 **

I know this problem.

We just had this writing last week.

They're probably in my class, even.

I'll try to find them out.

Inspirational
Aug 8, 2020

#6**-4 **

I had this question a few weeks ago and got it wrong im working on stuff i dont know. I was just looking for a thorough explanation, since i sont have access to the class anymore.

NIbberlat
Aug 8, 2020

#8**+1 **

Your explanation is a bullshit reason, because you have access to the AoPS help forum AND extra online access to your teacher if you are in an AoPS brick & mortar school.

**Nibberlat, you explained everything except why you removed your question? **

It’s very covenant that 12 minutes after Geno answers your question, a guest posts,

“Please don't post AoPS problems. Is this from Algebra B?”

Then 3 minutes later you delete your question.

Do you really think we are that stupid?

Put the question back, so others can learn from it.

Guest Aug 8, 2020

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Aug 8, 2020