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How does the graph of   g(x)=⌈x⌉+0.5 differ from the graph of  f(x)=⌈x⌉?

 

The graph of g(x)=⌈x⌉+0.5 is the graph of f(x)=⌈x⌉ shifted right 0.5 unit.

The graph of g(x)=⌈x⌉+0.5 is the graph of f(x)=⌈x⌉ shifted left 0.5 unit.

The graph of g(x)=⌈x⌉+0.5 is the graph of f(x)=⌈x⌉ shifted down 0.5 unit.

The graph of g(x)=⌈x⌉+0.5 is the graph of f(x)=⌈x⌉ shifted up 0.5 unit

 Oct 10, 2019

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shifted UP     

 Oct 10, 2019
edited by ElectricPavlov  Oct 10, 2019
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shifted UP     

ElectricPavlov Oct 10, 2019
edited by ElectricPavlov  Oct 10, 2019

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