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Sketch the graph of the function, given that $f,$ $\mathrm{F}$ and $\mathrm{g}$ are defined as follows. (Hint: Start with the basic graphs in Figure 7 on page 149.)$$f(x)=|x| \quad F(x)=1 / x \quad g(x)=\sqrt{1-x^{2}}$$$$y=g(-x)$$

Algebra

Chapter 3

Functions

Section 4

Techniques in Graphing

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This is the graph that we started off with. This is the G of X function. I'm and in 38 we want the X to be in the parentheses, the negative to be in the parentheses. So what? That's gonna causes a shift. Um, actually reflection across the Y axis. So this did cause reflection What we can't tell, because this is already symmetrical with respect to the Y axis. It does indeed cause a reflection that doesn't pack photograph.

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