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Sketch the graph of the function f(x) = -2^x+1 +3 using transformations. Do not create a table of values and plot points

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asked 2021-01-23
Sketch the graph of the function \(f(x) = -2^x+1 +3\) using transformations. Do not create a table of values and plot points

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2021-01-24

Given
\(\Rightarrow f(x)=-2^{x+1}+3\)
parent fucntion is
\(\Rightarrow y=2^x\)
rule for the transformation from the parent function are
\(\Rightarrow\) reflection over x-axis
\(\Rightarrow\) shift of 1 unit left
\(\Rightarrow\) shift of 3 units up
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