Dilating Functions

The function f(x) is dilated vertically by a scale factor of p, and is dilated horizontally by a scale factor of (1/q).
1. Let g(x)=3f(x). Describe the transformation of f(x) that produces the graph of g(x). Give the coordinates of the image of points A and B. 1. Let g(x)=(1/3)f(x). Describe the transformation of f(x) that produces the graph of g(x). Give the coordinates of the image of points A and B. 1. Let g(x)=f(2x). Describe the transformation of f(x) that produces the graph of g(x). Give the coordinates of the image of points A and B. 1. Let g(x)=f((1/2)x). Describe the transformation of f(x) that produces the graph of g(x). Give the coordinates of the image of points A and B.