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    May 19, 2017, 09:37 PM
    Function Transformation
    Given the function f(x)=x+6. The function g(x) results after the function f(x) has been stretched about the x axis by a factor of 3, reflected in the x axis, translated 2 units to the right, and 4 units down. Determine the equation of g(x) in the simplest form.
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    May 22, 2017, 10:55 AM
    We don't do people's homework here, it would be wise to attack the problem yourself and post back your progress, someone will be glad to help form there.

    Tips:

    Stretching horizontally:

    Reflection about x-axis:

    Horizontal shift:

    Vertical shift:

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