Hi guys, I got this question as an assignment from my university and have been trying to solve it for a whole day now but can't get the correct answer. Well, I know how to shift Graph towards left, right, upwards and downwards $C$ points. Well for example current Graph's equation is $y = x^2$ and if we have to move graph to left $C$ points. We will add $C$ to the function and it will become $y = (x+C)^2$ and if we have to shift Graph to right side $C$ points, then we will subtract $C$ from function, and the equation will become $y = (x-C)^2$, and similarly add $C$ to the $f(x)$ and subtract $C$ from $f(x)$ if we want to shift graph upwards $C$ points and downwards $C$ points respectively, and if we want to reflect it about $x$-axis, we will multiply $f(x)$ with minus "-" sign and if we want to reflect it about $y$-axis we will multiply the function with minus"-" sign thats makes it like $y = f(-x)$. Well now you now that I know these things. But I have been trying to solve this question and its been a day but I am not able to solve it correctly. Kindly help me, I want to submit my Assignment and I really do not want to lose even a single marks from Mathematics.
And yeah I forgot to tell that I have already figured out that the graph in second picture is reflected about $x$-axis and then moved $1$ unit/point toward left side and moved $1$ unit/point downwards, but if you look carefully the graph in second picture is little stretched as well and thats where I am getting problem because I am not figuring out that is it stretched towards x-direction or y-direction and also can't figure out that how many points/units it have stretched.