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posted by Jessica .
The graph of y = f (x) = b^x, where b > 1, is translated such that the equation of
the new graph is expressed as
y – 2 = f (x – 1). The range of the new function is
A. y > 2
B. y > 3
C. y > –1
D. y > –2
the answer is B?? i am really confused in this question..help please!
thank u in advance

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