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Describing Transformations of Linear Functions

Describing Transformations of Linear Functions 1.5 - Solution

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The transformation is a vertical stretch or shrink by a factor of where and This means that the outputs of are the outputs of multiplied by We can use the fact that to calculate Looking at the graph, we can see that passes through the point which means that We can also see that passes through the point meaning that We can substitute these into the equation
The value of is