Let f(x) be the function graphed below.

In terms of f(x), what is the function graphed below?

PPLLLZZZZ HELP!!!!!!!

Guest Sep 29, 2019

#1**0 **

This may be wrong...

Look at the y-intercept, not the vertex.

The before y intercept is -2,

The after y intercept is 1.

So I think it is f(x)+3

Guest Sep 29, 2019

#4**+3 **

The blue graph is 1/2 the HEIGHT of f (x)

sooooo 1/2 f(x) AND it is shifted UP by 2

1/2 f(x) + 2

ElectricPavlov Sep 29, 2019