Graph the folowing. State the parent function, transformations, domain and range

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Graph the folowing. State the parent function, transformations, domain and range.
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Michele Grimsley
Answered 2021-11-19 Author has 19 answers
Step 1
Given function is, f(x)=x+2
The graph of f(x) is as shown below :

Step 2
Parent function : x
Transformations : Vertical shift of +2 or Left shift by 2
Domain, D : (,)
Range, R : (,)
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