MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# WILL MARK BRAINLIEST PLEASE HELP ASAP!!!Given the parent function f(x) = 3x, which graph shows f(x) + 2? (Need verification/explanation)

Accepted Solution

A:

None of the graphs are for any translation of y = 3x. All are for a translation of

Β y = 3^x . . . . . where x is an exponent, not a multiplier

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The transformation from f(x) to f(x) +2 causes the graph to be shifted upward by 2 units. The last selection is the correct one.

Β y = 3^x . . . . . where x is an exponent, not a multiplier

Please use correct mathematical notation. This may require you to edit your pasted question before you post it.

The transformation from f(x) to f(x) +2 causes the graph to be shifted upward by 2 units. The last selection is the correct one.