So let's see if we can solve this problem. So written below, we have the function F of X, which is this curve that you see or the green dotted lines basically. And we're asked to sketch a graph of G of X where G of X is the function F of X after it has been reflected over the X axis. Now, this is a reflection transformation like we've been learning about. And for this situation, what's going to happen is we're going to have our graph over the X. And when this happens or called it reflecting over the X axis is like taking this entire graph like a sheet of paper, creasing it at the X and folding it. So if you were to take this portion of the graph and you were to fold it down over the X axis, the graph would end up looking something like this. So this is what your graph is going to look like where you can literally imagine that this whole thing just gets flipped down and folded over like sheet of paper. Now, this portion of the graph is going to fold up because it's like folding up over the X axis. Again, you're creasing this like a piece of paper. So this graph is going to look something like that. So once we have reflected over the X axis, this is what the new function G of X is going to look like with respects to our original function F of X this green dotted curve. So this is how you can solve the problem. Hope you found this helpful.