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Asked Sep 6, 2019

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Step 1

(a)

consider the function which is to be obtained that is:

*h*(*x*)=2*f*(-*x*)-1

Step 2

Now, first apply the transformation *f*(*x*)→ *f*(-*x*), then the graph of f(x) will be reflect over the *y*-axis.

Now, apply the transformation *f*(-*x*)→ 2*f*(-*x*), then the graph obtained from first transformation will be vertically stretched by multiplying each *y*-coordinate by 2.

Further, apply the transformation 2 *f*(-*x*)→ 2*f*(-*x*)-1, then the graph obtained from second transformation will be shifted downwards by 1 unit.

Step 3

Now, graph the function *h*(*x*) by applying all the three transforma...

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