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    briellewill
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    An equation for a function is given by y= -2[f(-x+2)-3].
    Write the funtion in standard form.
    Describe the transformations.

    I am at a total loss of how to convert this type of equation into standard form. As simple as it seems, I just don't grasp it.
    Anyone up for giving a well written answer that's easy to understand?
    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by briellewill View Post
    An equation for a function is given by y= -2[f(-x+2)-3].
    Write the funtion in standard form.
    Describe the transformations.

    I am at a total loss of how to convert this type of equation into standard form. As simple as it seems, I just don't grasp it.
    Anyone up for giving a well written answer that's easy to understand?
    Thanks
    I have no idea, what it is.
    I assume, you mean a line in standard form.
    Which is,
    Ax+By+C=0
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