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    transformation of an exponential function

    Hi,

    I am not sure what the transformations are in the following... do i follow normal bedmas operations? Do i multiply -3 by 5?

    y=2-3(5x+4) where x+4 is the exponent
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    Could you please post the original question word-for-word, because I'm having trouble understanding what the problem is asking.
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    so i have been given the following chart, and need to calcualte what the new points will be.
    y=5^x y=-3(5^x) y=2-3(5^x+4)


    (-1, 1/5)
    (0,1)
    (1,5)
    (2,25)
    (3, 125)
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