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please help!!!! How do the graphs of y =1/x and y = 3/x – 4 compare? Thanks!

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Hint: Multiply 1/x by 3, then subtract 4.
Compared to the graph of y =1/x , the graph of y =3/x – 4 is a vertical stretch by a factor of 3 and a translation of 4 units left. Compared to the graph of y =1/x , the graph of y = 3/x – 4 is a vertical shrink by a factor of 3 and a translation of 4 units up. Compared to the graph of y =1/x , the graph of y =3/x – 4 is a vertical stretch by a factor of 3 and a translation of 4 units down. d. Compared to the graph of y =1/x , the graph of y =3/x – 4 is a vertical shrink by a factor of 3 and a translation of 4 units down.
You describe the graphs in this manner. You say: y = 3/x - 4 is the graph of 1/x amplified by 3 and shifted down by 4 units.

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so it would be the third one? :/
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