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mikewwe13:

How does the graph of g(x) = ⌊x⌋ −3 differ from the graph of f(x) = ⌊x⌋? A. The graph of g(x)=⌊x⌋−3 is the graph of f(x)=⌊x⌋ shifted left 3 units. B. The graph of g(x)=⌊x⌋−3 is the graph of f(x)=⌊x⌋ shifted down 3 units. C. The graph of g(x)=⌊x⌋−3 is the graph of f(x)=⌊x⌋ shifted right 3 units. D. The graph of g(x)=⌊x⌋−3 is the graph of f(x)=⌊x⌋ shifted up 3 units.

6 days ago
Vocaloid:

hint: when you subtract a term (on the outside of the ⌊x⌋ symbol) it would be a vertical shift down

6 days ago
mikewwe13:

C.

6 days ago
Vocaloid:

Please read what I have said one more time.

6 days ago
Vocaloid:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Vocaloid hint: when you subtract a term (on the outside of the ⌊x⌋ symbol) it would be a <<<<vertical shift down>>>> \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\)

6 days ago
mikewwe13:

A.

6 days ago
Vocaloid:

pay attention to this part <<<<vertical shift down>>>>

6 days ago
mikewwe13:

oh it's B

6 days ago
Vocaloid:

yes good

6 days ago
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