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asked • 04/30/21# Describe how the graph of g(x)=−14 1/x+7+ 8 can be obtained from f(x)=1/x

Describe how the graph of g(x)= -14 (1/x+7)+8

can be obtained from f(x)= 1/x

First the graph of is shifted left = units

Then the graph is reflected about the x-axis.

After that, the graph stretched by a factor =units

Finally, the graph is shifted up = units

I need to find units

## 1 Expert Answer

Denise G. answered • 04/30/21

Algebra, College Algebra, Prealgebra, Precalculus, GED, ASVAB Tutor

First the graph is shifted left 7 units

Then the graph is reflected about the x-axis.

After that, the graph stretched by a factor 14 units

Finally, the graph is shifted up 8 units

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