When You Shift the Graph of an Equation up or down Does Every Instance of X in the Equation Changes?

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When you shift the graph of an equation up or down every instance of X in the equation does change. This is because the value of y will change. Y indicates the vertical position on the graph.
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The first one. The equation tells you to do 1/x (that's the same as f(x) ) Then take whatever value you get and subtract 2 (thus moving the graph down by 2 units) G(x) = 1/x -2 (not
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I say D. Shifted vertically 5 units down = -5. Horizontally 4 left = -4. The formula is y = a(x-p)2+q. Plugin numbers. Y= (x - (4)3 - 5. The negative of the formula and the -4 combine
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