anonymous
  • anonymous
How can I translate two different graphs?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
There are (2) 4's in the translated function. Is one supposed to be a 1
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh yeah sorry about that it's a x-1
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so it looks like both your directions are reversed. Maybe you were going the opposite direction. The -1 with the x means it was translated 1 unit right +4 means translated 4 units up

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anonymous
  • anonymous
really? hm I wonder how I interpreted it the complete opposite
anonymous
  • anonymous
but I understand your explanation now so thank you
anonymous
  • anonymous
you're welcome. I think when you graphed it you might have started at \[y=2(3)^{x-1}+4\] instead of the other one
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Maxipoo124 can I ask what you are doing in my closed question?

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