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Q: Multiplying by a number flips the graph of a function over the x-axis.?

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Yes it does

The same as multiplying any other function by a negative number - after multiplying, positive numbers will become negative numbers, and vice versa.

Multiplying a function by -1 will make it a reflection of the original function across the x axis.

The Mandelbrot graph is generated iteratively and so is a function of a function of a function ... and in that sense it is a composite function.

The graph of a continuous function will not have any 'breaks' or 'gaps' in it. You can draw it without lifting your pencil or pen. The graph of a discrete function will just be a set of lines.

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The same as multiplying any other function by a negative number - after multiplying, positive numbers will become negative numbers, and vice versa.

When a function is multiplied by -1 its graph is reflected in the x-axis.

Multiply by -1

Multiplying a function by -1 will make it a reflection of the original function across the x axis.

No, a circle graph is never a function.

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A zero of a function is a point at which the value of the function is zero. If you graph the function, it is a point at which the graph touches the x-axis.

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sine graph will be formed at origine of graph and cosine graph is find on y-axise

Yes the graph of a function can be a vertical or a horizontal line