What effect does replacing x with x + 2 have on the graph for the function f(x) ? f(x)=|x−3|+2

The graph is shifted 2 units up.

The graph is shifted 2 units left.

The graph is shifted 2 units right.

The graph is shifted 2 units down.

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What effect does replacing x with x + 2 have on the graph for the function f(x) ? f(x)=|x−3|+2

The graph is shifted 2 units up.

The graph is shifted 2 units left.

The graph is shifted 2 units right.

The graph is shifted 2 units down.

Ais the answer for your question

Step-by-step explanation:

The vertex of f(x)=|x−3|+2 is at (3, 2).

Replacing x with x+2 results in g(x) = f(x)=|(x+2)−3|+2, or

g(x) = f(x)=|x+2−3|+2, or

g(x) = f(x)=|x - 1|+2 The vertex of this graph is at (1, 2).

The effect of replacing x with x + 2 is a horizontal shift to the left, of 2 units, of the original graph.

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a price of 8 bucks that's marked up by 100% is

formula: initial price + (percent markup in fraction/decimal)(initial price)

8+(1)(8)

8+8

16

retail price is $16.

The answer is A.

When replacing the variable 'x' by 'x + 2' the graph is shifted 2 units to the left. When we replace the variable, the function changes

from

[tex]f(x) = |x - 3| + 2[/tex]

To

[tex]f(x) = |(x + 2) - 3| + 2[/tex]

[tex]f(x) = |x - 1| + 2[/tex]

And therefore the function is shifted 2 to the left.