# SOLUTION: How do you graph these functions: g(x)=f(x-4)-5 g(x)=2f(x) g(x)=-f(x)+5

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 Question 62316: How do you graph these functions: g(x)=f(x-4)-5 g(x)=2f(x) g(x)=-f(x)+5 Answer by funmath(2925)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!How do you graph these functions: g(x)=f(x-4)-5 I don't know what your f function is, it's probably in your book. The g function would look like the f function only it's shifted down 5 units (because of the -5) an it's shifted right 4 units (because of the -4). : g(x)=2f(x) The g function is the f function stretched vertically by a factor of 2. : g(x)=-f(x)+5 The g function is the f function shifted up 5 units (because of the +5). It's upside down because of - . Happy Calculating!!!