Posted by **Crystal** on Saturday, December 22, 2012 at 7:44pm.

the graph of y= -1/4/x-2 (1/4 over x-2) can be obtained from the graph of y=|x| by which transformations

a. what is the horizontal shift?

a. five units to right

b. 2 units to right

c. 5 units to left

d. 2 units to left

b. by what factor is the graphstretched or shrunk vertically & how is it reflected

a. shrunk vertically by a factor of 1/4, reflected over the y-axis

b. stretched vertically by a factor of 4, reflected over the x-axis

c. stretched vertically by a factor of 4, reflectedd over the y-axis

d. shrank vertically by a factor of 1/4, reflectedover the x-axis

c. what is the vertical shift

a. 2 units upward

b. 5 units upward

c. 2 units downward

d. 5 units downward

a.

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