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    Thumbs up show the graph of y=2(x-1)

    show the graph of y=2(x-1) can be obtained by two successive transformations from graph y=x by using the function f:x-->x - 1,
    g:x--> 2x.

    make a rough sketch of y =2 (x-1) .
    find the inverse function to y = 2(x-1).
    what is the graphical relationship between the graph of any function and its inverse?
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    Ok

    Quote Originally Posted by carlasader View Post
    show the graph of y=2(x-1) can be obtained by two successive transformations from graph y=x by using the function f:x-->x - 1,
    g:x--> 2x.

    make a rough sketch of y =2 (x-1) .
    find the inverse function to y = 2(x-1).
    what is the graphical relationship between the graph of any function and its inverse?
    Shift it one to the left and make it steeper
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