1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Jane's calculus instructor asked her to draw the graphs of the functions y1 = x1/4f(x), y2 = x1/2f(x), y3 = x2f(x), and y4 = x4f(x) on the same coordinate plane using the same axes but different line-style for each graph to distinguish among them. Although he didn't specify f, identify y1 and y3 among the graphs Jane drew. I have attached the picture for this problem. 2. Relevant equations None that I know of... 3. The attempt at a solution I'm not really sure how to approach this problem, but I know that functions which are squared are generally shaped like upright or upsidedown U's, while functions that are raised to fractions like square roots or fourth roots are usually sideways U-shaped. However, they aren't asking about those specific functions but about those functions multiplied by another function. How do I know what the graph of an unknown function will look like when it's multiplied by a known function? Thanks!