below is a portion of the graph of a function, \(y=h(x)\) : If the graph of \(y=h(x-3)\) is drawn on the same set of axes as the graph above, then the two graphs intersect at one point. What is the sum of the coordinates of that point?
h(x - 3) shifts the graph 3 units to the right....so...
The point (-2.3) will shift to (1,3) which is also on the original graph.....and the sum of the coordinates will = 1 + 3 = 4
that really helped!