The problem shows two graphs, the first of which is just f(x)=3√x (square root of x cubed -not sure how to make it look like that-) and it wants me to give a function for the graph on the right. The second graph is flipped, vertically shifted 1 up f(x)+ 1 and horizontally shifted 2 right f(x-2). My problem is/was I can't determine if it is a vertical or horizontal flip because square root of x cubed looks the same both ways. So I have an assumption, I would like to know if it's correct and a question. It would have to be a vertical flip because a negative can be on the outside of a square root but not inside and still be a function? Also if I come across this problem again, and the horizontal and vertical flip would both look the same what are some better ways of determining which it is?