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    Transforming Functions

    Hi, I need help on this problem. I am confused on this question that is given in the attachment, am I supposed to graph the equation as a line? or is this supposed to be a quadratic?
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    Re: Transforming Functions

    f(x) is a quadratic. The given transformations will also result in quadratics.
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    Re: Transforming Functions

    Thanks!
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