# Given f(x)=x^2, after performing following transformations shift upwards 18 units and shift 89 units to the right, the new function g(x)=?

Given $$f(x)=x^2$$, after performing following transformations shift upwards 18 units and shift 89 units to the right, the new function g(x)=?

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Benedict
Given $$f(x)=x^2$$
performing the transformation shift upward 18 units and shift 89 units to right
we find new function
$$g(x)=(x-89)^2+18$$
Hence $$g(x)=(x-89)^2+18$$