Completing the table is very easy. What you need to do is just apply the transformations one at a time to the original points of . I am filling the table for you as your reading this!

Edit: Here you go hope this helps you

What I did for row #2 was that i took the parent function points and multiplied their x values by -3 because as you should of learned in class (-1/3x) (Horizontal stretch) is actually making the x values get bigger and reflecting them through the y-axis.

What I did for row #3 was that I took the points from row #2 and I multiplied their y values by -2 which doubles them ( Vertical stretch) and reflects them through the x-axis.

What I did for row #4 was that I took the points from row #3 and I subtracted 2 from their x values because (x+2) means x and two to the left and subtracted 4 units down.

I hope this helps a bit!