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mikewwe13:

How does the graph of g(x) = 0.25 ⌊x⌋ differ from the graph of f(x)=⌊x⌋? A. Multiplying by 0.25 shifts the graph of ​ g(x)=0.25⌊x⌋ ​ ​up 0.25 unit. B. Multiplying by 0.25 shifts the graph of ​ g(x)=0.25⌊x⌋ ​ right 0.25 unit. C. Multiplying by 0.25 shifts the graph of ​ g(x)=0.25⌊x⌋ ​down 0.25 unit. D. Multiplying by 0.25 compresses the graph of ​ ​ g(x)=0.25⌊x⌋ ​ vertically by a factor of 0.25.

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

hint: multiplying on the outside of the ⌊⌋ symbols (forgot what these are called) would be a vertical dilation/compression

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

inside would be a horizontal dilation/compression so what do you think the answer might be?

1 week ago
mikewwe13:

B.

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

please pay attention to what I have said so far.

1 week ago
mikewwe13:

D.

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Vocaloid hint: multiplying on the outside of the ⌊⌋ symbols (forgot what these are called) would be a <<<<vertical dilation/compression>>>> \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\)

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

so yes, D

1 week ago
mikewwe13:

CAN YOU HELP WITH MORE ?

1 week ago
Vocaloid:

sure (no need to use all caps ^_^")

1 week ago
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