1. ## Graphing composite functions

If the original graph y=g(x) has the following coordinates: (-1,0); (0,-1); (1,-2); (2,-3); (-2,1); (-3,2) then graph y= (1/g)(x). I don't quite understand how to do this one. Should I divide 1/y coordinates for g(x) to get the proper coordinates or is there a different way I should be doing this?
Any clarification would be awesome. Thanks!

2. ## Re: Graphing composite functions

Originally Posted by thebestrose828
If the original graph y=g(x) has the following coordinates: (-1,0); (0,-1); (1,-2); (2,-3); (-2,1); (-3,2) then graph y= (1/g)(x). I don't quite understand how to do this one. Should I divide 1/y coordinates for g(x) to get the proper coordinates or is there a different way I should be doing this?
Any clarification would be awesome. Thanks!
coordinates are in the form of $(x, g(x))$

so to plot $(1/g)(x)$ just replace the second element of each coordinate pair with it's reciprocal and plot as usual.