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The graphing of F(x) = cos (x) is transformed into a new function, g (x), by stretching it vertically by a factor of 3 and shifting it 2 units to the the left. What is the equation of the new function g(x)

g(x) =

Beccca17 Mar 14, 2019

#1**+1 **

Becca do not post a lot of questions at once.

Post one or 2 at the most and learn from the answers that you get.

You should not be using this site to get you homework done for you.

Melody Mar 14, 2019

#2**+2 **

You can move it k units to the** left** (negative direction) by replacing x with x**+**k

You can stretch it vertically by by multiplying the whole function (LHS) by a constant.

So what do you think the answer might be.

Here is the graph of f(x) =cos x

https://www.desmos.com/calculator/gx4q3jsjjt

You can add your new funtion onto it and see if it works.

Let me know what answer you get :)

**Please no one answer over me - I am trying to teach.**

Melody Mar 14, 2019