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How do you show the function $f(x)$  has scaled horizontally?
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Let $g(x)=f(c x)$ where $c$ is a positive real number.

• If c $>$ graph of f, direction by a $\quad$ 1, the graph of g is the compressed in the x-factor of c.
• then the graph is stretched in the $\quad$ x-direction by a factor of $1 / \mathrm{c}$
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