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  • 3 years ago

What is the graph of y = x² – 2 (shown below) translated up 4 units?

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    four units up would be \(x^2+2\)

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    four units up takes \((0,-2)\) on the first graph to \((0,2)\) on the second graph look for the one with vertex \((0,2)\)

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    d

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    oui

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