Transformations
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List a sequence of transformations which maps the graph of y=x^2 to the image with equation y=4*(2x3)^2 + 1
Please help

y = 4(2(x3/2))^2+1
shift right 3/2
horizontal shrink by 2
vertical stretch by 4
shift up 1
or
y=16(x3/2)^2+1
shift right 3/2
vertical stretch by 16
shift up 1 
I still do not understand, pardon me
Could u use the terms dilation, reflection and translation and the axes? 
stretch = dilation
shift = translation
there is no reflection involved.
It amazes me that you could not figure that out. I assume you know that x is horizontal and y is vertical... 
Keith, please refrain from using different screen names.
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