Posted by **PreCalc** on Monday, November 16, 2009 at 5:58pm.

I'm given some sort of curve with these points defined (-pi/2 , -1) and (pi/2,1)

ok now I have to do this

f(x+2)

so I have to shift all the x cordinates over two...

how do I do this

-pi/2 - 2

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