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Point (-6,12) is on the graph of y=f(x). Find a point on the transformed function y=-2f(x-1)

a)(-7,-24)
b)(-5,-6)
c)(-5,-24)
d)(-7,-6)

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    In general, you can translate the graph of a function to the right (+x direction) by h if you transform the function from f(x) to f(x-h).

    A reflection about the x-axis is done by transforming from f(x) to -f(x).

    A stretching by a factor of k in the y-direction requires a transformation of f(x) to k.f(x). For example, a stretching of twice in the y-direction would require a transformaton from f(x) to 2f(x).

    The given transformation is a combination of all of the three transformations above.

    Send in your answer for a check if you wish.

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