nolegirl24:

Last one!!!! When the function f(x) = 6(9)x is changed to f(x) = 6(9)x + 1, what is the effect? There is no change to the graph because the exponential portion of the function remains the same. All input values are moved 1 space to the right. The x-intercept is 1 space higher. The y-intercept is 1 space higher.

10 months ago
563blackghost:

Is the plus 1 with the exponent or no? \(\large\bf{6(9)^{x}~~~or~~~6(9)^{x}+1}\)?

10 months ago
nolegirl24:

The first one you put is how it starts out and then it says that it changes to the second one

10 months ago
563blackghost:

Ah ok |dw:1508785662075:dw| Looking at the table we see that this would land under a vertical translation. Since \({c}\) or \({1}\) is \({c >0}\) this would mean that it `shifts upwards`. Meaning the `y-intercept is 1 space higher`.

10 months ago
nolegirl24:

Thank you

10 months ago
563blackghost:

np :)

10 months ago