Posted by **Fefe** on Friday, July 4, 2008 at 5:56pm.

What are two different transformations that will transform f(x)=5x+3 into

g(x)=15x-12?

A) 1. A vertical shift 15 units down, followed by a horizontal compression by a factor of .

2. A vertical stretch by a factor of 3, followed by a vertical shift 21 units down.

B)1. A horizontal compression by a factor of , followed by a vertical shift 15 units down.

2. A vertical shift 21 units down, followed by a vertical stretch by a factor of 3.

C)1. A horizontal shift 15 units left, followed by a horizontal compression by a factor of .

2. A vertical stretch by a factor of 3, followed by a vertical shift 21 units down.

D)1. A horizontal stretch by a factor of 3, followed by a vertical shift 15 units down.

2. A vertical compression by a factor of , followed by a vertical shift 21 units down.

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