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Homework Help: Math Analysis

Posted by Emily on Tuesday, October 20, 2009 at 8:09pm.

Given f(x) as shown, graph the following: [the line is going through (-2,-3) and (2,0)]


1. f(x) + 2
==> My graph I have is a line going through the points (-2,-1) and (2,2). Is this correct?

2. 2f(x)
==> Can someone help me with this one please? I thought the 2 in front of the f(x) would affect the amplitude of the graph, but I don't see how this graph would have an amplitude.


Any help is GREATLY appreciated!!!!!

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