Hi guys! i'm new here at the forum. just got a math project on functions and transformations, but had some problems with the last part. so i need some urgent help as i have 2 more days untill the project is due. so here we go:

we were given a basic function f(x)=x^2. we were told to graph it and compare it to the graphs of various other functions. we were also asked to deduce the graphs and produce a table of results. so here is what i came up with:

1 upward shift by c

2 downward shift by c

3 horizontal shift to left by c

4 horizontal shift to right by c

5 reflection in x axis

6 reflection in y axis

7 vertical stretch by a

8 vertical compression by a

9 horizontal compression by a

10 horizontal stretch by a

now ill just post the final part from the project:

**Part VIII** In this final part of the Project you and your group members are to use the knowledge gained from Parts I-VII to apply the rules of functional transformations to a function* γ(x)* where the formula is not known, but the graph *of**γ(x)* is known. On the last page of the lab is the graph of a function γ*(x)* for which the algebraic formula is unknown. Using the information gained in this lab, draw the graph of a new function* β(x)* defined according to *β(x) = 1/2(1 - γ(-2x)) + 1.* Be sure to fully explain your reasoning in deducing the graph of *β(x)* in your final lab report.
now from my understanding, i have to transform the graph given above using the formula for b(x) above. but the formula is just so complicated that i cant understand what i need to do. any help will be greatly appreciated.