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Problem 25E

Problem 25E

Tell how many units and in what directions the graphs of the given equations are to be shifted. Give an equation for the shifted graph. Then sketch the original and shifted graphs together, labeling each graph with its equation.

x2 + y2 = 49 Down 3, left 2

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Step 1 of 3:

In this problem, we need to give an equation for the shifted graph and we have to sketch the original and shifted graphs together.

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