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Can you please explain it in a different way?
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Can you please explain it in a different way?
What is the "it" in your sentence?        ie exactly what do you wish explained?
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Consider the 3 in your equation y = -3x^2

What do you mean by stretched?   Do you mean that the new y (y+) is to be 3 times bigger than the old y (y)? so that y+ is to be = 3y? If so then the original equation
y = -x^2 can be written as
y+ = -x^2 or 3y = - x^2 or y = -(1/3)x^2
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