y= -4(√4x-1) -1
in case it's not clear, the 4x-1 part is all under the radical
the question is to graph and find the domain and range
The Attempt at a Solution
This is probably what your supposed to do , but not sure, OK
To get the domain set everything under the radical to zero and solve for x, x is 1/4 so that's the domain, but how to get the range??
To graph this, first graph the basic graph of y = √
Then, does it matter what order you do the other things in ?
Some of the other things to do apparently, are:
With regards to the -1 at very right side of the problem means to move the graph to the right along the x axis?
The -4 means to reflect about the y axis and shrink by 4 ?
Confused - There are more steps to this or different steps or in different order right?