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    Transform curve of a function f(x)

    So, i've been trying to figure out how to solve the same topic for weeks

    anyways Apply the following transformation to the curves with equations y=f(x)

    i.  f(x)=x^2 ii.  f(x)=x^3 iii.  f(x)=1/x

    Transform  f(2x)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mist View Post
    So, i've been trying to figure out how to solve the same topic for weeks

    anyways Apply the following transformation to the curves with equations y=f(x)

    i.  f(x)=x^2 ii.  f(x)=x^3 iii.  f(x)=1/x

    Transform  f(2x)
    Just do the algebra! If f(x)= x^2 then f(2x)= (2x)^2= 2^2x^2= 4x^2.
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