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Shifting and reflecting functions
Sal walks through several examples of how to write g(x) implicitly in terms of f(x) when g(x) is a shift or a reflection of f(x).
Sal graphs y=√x. Then, he shows a few examples of how we can shift and stretch the graphs of y=√x and y=x^2, and how the equations of those graphs look.
Given the graphs of functions f and g where g is a transformation of f, determine the formula of g in terms of f.