The graph below expresses a radical function that can be written in the form f(x) = a(x + k)^(1/n) + c. What does the graph tell you about the value o

The graph below expresses a radical function that can be written in the form $$f(x) = a(x + k)^{\frac{1}{n}} + c$$. What does the graph tell you about the value of k in this function?

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The endpoint of the parent function $$y=\sqrt{7}$$ is at (0,0). Since k represents the horizontal shift and the horizontal shift is 5 units to the right. Hence, k is negative and $$k=-5$$.

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