Do you guys know how to do this? I’m kinda lost
I think you plug in x^4+1 for x in the problem f(x+2), then solve. Not entirely sure tbh…
what level of math is this? i can probably dig into my old notes and figure it out
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.
Red is f(x) and blue is g(x)
This is algebra 2
Ok, I’ll give it a whirl!
Ok, thank you!
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