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Asked Jan 12, 2020
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How do you change the equation y = ƒ(x) to compress or stretch the graph by a factor c >1? Reflect the graph across a coordinate axis? Give examples.

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Expert Answer

Step 1

Assume the function y = f(x).

Step 2

When the function f(x) divide by c (c > 1), then the function would be compressed and when the function f(x) multiply by c (c > 1), then the function would be stretched.

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Step 3

When the x-axis (x-coordinates) divides by c (c > 1), then the function would be stretched and whe...

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