Does anyone here take Algebra ll?
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The Swedish Geek NoviceWarning in advance, it is past midnight now so my advice may be odd
So explain to me just to clarify, how do a, b, c, and d transform the function? 
.o.I see.
Well the teacher made us choose random numbers to plug into the equation
So before I chose the numbers the equation looked like this:
f(x)=af(bxc)+d.
So I chose
2 for A, 2 for B, 4 for C, and 1 for D.
So after replacing the variables with numbers it turned into:
f(x)=2f(2x4)+1. 
The Swedish Geek NoviceUpon closer inspection, it appears you have it all right.
Goddamnit I wanted to correct you.
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article on this s 
.o. I see. OmFg! Thanks for your help!=^^=

The Swedish Geek Noviceshelovesmath.com/algebra/advancedalgebra/parentgraphsandtransformations/#TransformationsinFunctionNotation

The Swedish Geek NoviceBut finish doing the x y things, just plug the original y into the 5y+2 (etc) thing

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