Posted by **shahrukh** on Sunday, December 17, 2006 at 2:46am.

firstly we have been given the function y= x^3 - 4x whose graph we have to draw.then we are given the function y = (x-1)^3 -4(x-1) whose graph we have to draw as well.Now i know it is a transformation of the first graph,but i cant see how.Any help would be appreciated.Thanks!

If you draw them, you will see the second graph shifted to the right one unit.

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