There are some handy tricks to do this, I'll help start you off here, and I strongly recommending reading Function Transformations / Translations: Basic Rules .

We know right off the bat that we have a vertical reflection across the x-axis. What does this do to our y-values? It reverses them! Anything that once was positive is now negative, and vice versa. So let's

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Next, we have a vertical stretch. Look at the blue vertex; . Look at the Red one, (-2,0.5). Our vertex had its y-value halved! (Keep in mind, we know it is a stretch, and not a translation because the roots [invariant points on the x-axis] have not changed.) So lets

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Lastly, what else has this graph done? It moved left 3 units from to ! Let's factor that in;

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Do your replacements and simplify it all back down to the form , and plug it into your graphing calculator to make sure!