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Explain how the graph of $y=-f(x-2)$ compares to the graph of $y=f(x)$.

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1 of 2To compare the graph of function, note of the following:

- $h$ is the horizontal shift on the $x$-axis when applied to $f(x)$, shift to the left when $h$ is negative, and to the right if $h$ is positive.
- The $-$ outside the $f(x)$ means that the function is reflected to the $x$-axis

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