# How do you graph: #y = 2^x + 2#?

##### 1 Answer

Mar 15, 2018

Look at the explanation for this is a "how" question.

#### Explanation:

First you have to know how the equation

It looks like this:

graph{1.5^x [-83.3, 83.35, -41.66, 41.65]}

That is the general shape.

The range of every equation for

Also the point

Also there is always a horizontal asymptote at

Now plug in some points

Now you just shift the whole graph up by 2

This makes the horizontal asymptote at

graph{2^x+2 [-83.3, 83.35, -41.66, 41.65]}