Why is f(x) = 1/2 (x^3) a vertical shrink? Isn't is supposed to be a horizontal stretch, because f(x) = f(cx), 0<c<1?
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horizontal shrink would be ((1/2)x)^3
Originally Posted by votan horizontal shrink would be ((1/2)x)^3 Thank you so much! I spent like 5 hours trying to figure this out!!!!!!1
Originally Posted by votan horizontal shrink would be ((1/2)x)^3 But then how do you make the distinction between and if ? Or indeed, in OP's question, between and ? OP, don't hold me to this, but I think the transformation acts as both but I'm not 100% sure.
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