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# Solution: For 14, sketch on copies of the figure the graphs of a. g(x) = f(x) b. h(x) = ISBN: 9781559533911 468

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For 14, sketch on copies of the figure the graphs of a. g(x) = f(x) b. h(x) = f(x) c. a(x) = |f(x)| d. v(x) = f(|x|)

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Panorama Chapter 11.1 - Familiar Commands  The verbs within familiar commands are often called imperatives.  These imperatives are conjugated using the tú form Affirmative Commands  Affirmative (positive) commands tell someone to do something.  Any pronouns (reflexive, indirect, or direct object pronouns) in an affirmative command, follow the verb and are attached to its ending.  You conjugate the imperatives (command verbs) using the infinitive's present tense conjugation for the él/ella form. For example: o Hablar (infinitive) = hablas (present él/ella) = habla (affirmative command)  Familiar commands keep all present tense stem-changes. For example: o Volver (infinitive) = vuelve (present él/ella with stem-cha

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