The problem is, the graph of the function is given in coordinates. For example, (0,1), (1,1), (2,1), (3, .5), (4,0). That is f(x). I am not sure what how to find the coordinates when the function is 3f(-x).
Follow the instructions and examples provided in the lesson: To graph f(-x), find the corresponding point for f(x); then multiply the y-value by 3, and plot the point for that x-value. For instance, if they'd given you f(5) = 6, then f(-5) would be found by multiplying 6 by 3.