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Explain how each graph is obtained from the graph of $ y = f(x) $.

(a) $ y = f(x) + 8 $(b) $ y = f (x + 8) $(c) $ y = 8f(x) $(d) $ y = f(8x) $(e) $ y = -f(x) - 1 $(f) $ y = 8f (\frac{1}{8}x) $

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