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To shift the graph of an equation some number of units to the __________, you
subtract that number from each x in the equation.
O A. right
B. left
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it's A because if you're adding x from each number in the equation you would shift to the left causing the graph to become more positive but if you subtract x you would shift to the right causing the graph to become more negative.
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