The graph of \(y = (f)x\) is shown below. Assume the domain of \(f\) is \([-4,4]\) and that the vertical spacing of grid lines is the same as the horizontal spacing of grid lines.
I was not able to upload the graph so you can view it here: https://ibb.co/r5M3Czt
Part (a): The points \((a, 4)\) and \((b, -4)\) are on the graph of \(y = f\left( 2x \right)\) Find \(a\) and \(b\)
Part (b): Find the graph of \(y = f\left( 2x \right)\) Verify that your points from part (a) are on the graph.
Part (c): The points \((c, 4)\) and \((d, 4)\) are on the graph of \(y = f\left( 2x - 8 \right).\) Find \(c\) and \(d\)
Part (d): Find the graph of \(y = f\left( 2x - 8 \right).\) Be sure to verify that your points from part (c) are on the graph both algebraically and geometrically.
This question has been asked previously but the parts i am stuck on, (b) and (d), had nothing that could help me out... I already solved (a) and (c) by myself, so i already now their values.
edit: I found the values of a, b, c, and d... they are respectively: -2, 2, 2, and 6. (if i am wrong, can you please explain why)
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