Section 3.1 29 - 32 [ATTACH=full]627[/ATTACH] For 29, the graph of f(x) becomes the graph of g(x) by moving f(x) up one unit on the line x = 0. For 30, the graph of f(x) becomes the graph of g(x) by reversing f(x) crossing the point (0,-1) and finally flipping g(x) across the line y = 0. For 31, the graph of f(x) becomes the graph of g(x) by moving f(x) three units to the right going through the point (3,1) and reversing f(x). For 32, the graph of f(x) becomes the graph of g(x) by flipping f(x) across the line y = 0 and going through the point (0, -1). You say?