# SOLUTION: How does the parent function related ot the graph of the function in the following cases? y=(-2^x)+ 1 y=3^(x-4) y=(5^(x+1))-2

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 Question 306063: How does the parent function related ot the graph of the function in the following cases? y=(-2^x)+ 1 y=3^(x-4) y=(5^(x+1))-2Answer by richwmiller(9135)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Sorry but your question is not English. Try to copy it as it was given to you. How does the parent function related ot the graph of the function in the following cases?