# Question #b9406

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#### Explanation:

I'm not too sure of your question.

I take it you are asking:

We can relate this back to transformations of graphs in general. We're going to be moving away from trigonometry for just a bit!

For example:

How about for a moment we consider the roots of

So this equation has roots of

graph{y=x^2-9x+18 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}

Consider

Now, consider the roots of

graph{4x^2-18x+18 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}

Look at the roots.

*This isn't a proof*, but it's enough for us to infer that:

if an expression

**Back to our trig**

For some value