Do you guys know how to do this? I’m kinda lost

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I think you plug in x^4+1 for x in the problem f(x+2), then solve. Not entirely sure tbh…

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what level of math is this? i can probably dig into my old notes and figure it out

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I’m not quite sure what they mean by “rule,” but assuming they’re asking for what the new function is, you plug in (x+2) wherever you see x is f(x). Thus g(x) = (x+2)^4 + 1. I recommend using desmos.com for graphing, but in general, when you shift each input by a positive number, the graph shifts left.

My Graphs:

Red is f(x) and blue is g(x)

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This is algebra 2

Ok, I’ll give it a whirl!

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Ok, thank you!

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