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Write the rule of a function g whose graph can be obtained from the graph of the function f(x)=x^2-x+1 by reflecting the graph in the x-axis, then shifting it vertically upward 2 units.

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    You reflect the graph of a function in the x-axis by changing the sign of it. And you can move it vertically upwards by adding 2 to the function.

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    Reflected function: w(x) = -x^2+x-1

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    shifted function: g(x) = -x^2+x+1

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    Oh okay that makes sense thanks!

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    You're welcome.

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