Sketch a graph of the function. Use transformations of functions whenever possible. f(x)=1-2x

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Sketch a graph of the function. Use transformations of functions whenever possible. f(x)=12x
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Step 1
First graph function y=x.
Then, to obtain graph of function f(x)=12x=2x+1, do following transformations:
-stretch vertically by a factor of 2
-reflect with respect to x-axis
-shift 1 unit upward
On graph: Red - y=x
Blue - f(x)=12x
Step 2
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