(-3,-6) is a point on y=f(x) determine a point on the graph y=3 abs(f(x))+1

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(-3,-6) is a point on y=f(x) determine a point on the graph y=3 abs(f(x))+1

is it

(3,3)
(3,19)
(-3,3)
(-3,19)

how do u do this one?

Is it (3,19)? I dont know am I supposed to keep the points negative or do i make them positive because of the absolute bars? If I keep the point -6 and multiply by 3 and add 1 I dont get any of these answers, SOMEONE PLZ HELP QUICK!!!!!!
 
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The answer is : (-3, 19)
you give the x=-3 and you get the 19.
 
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I dont understand HOW?
 
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(-3,-6) is a point on y=f(x) determine a point on the graph y=3 abs(f(x))+1
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so basically this means that when you use the value x=-3, you get the value, y=-6. So if you look at this equation, y=3*abs(f(x)) + 1, you want to plug in the value of y when x is equal to -3.

y= 3*abs(-6)+1 = 3*6+1 = 19.
So when x=-3, y= 19
 
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I get it THANKS SOO MUCH
 

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