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I understand that 1 point is moved 5 units left while one is moved 4 units right. How do I explain it. I know the equation starts with g(x) = f(x+?)+?
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That looks like a dilation, not a translation. I don't know how to find the scale or center of dilation though
oh I see. So the equation is g(x) = 2f(x)?

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Yeah that looks like it
I think it is g(x) = f(2x)
Yea it's the second equation, because the first one is for the y intercept.
oh yeah because of the horizontal stretch
can you help me with another one? (last one)
I'll try
It is the t -11.
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I think maybe g(x) = 2f(x-6).
because the height doubled and it looks like all the x's were moved right by 6
Yes! Exactly right. Thanks!
you're welcome

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