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{{ printedBook.courseTrack.name }} {{ printedBook.name }} We want to graph the given function $k(x)=2_{x−2}+2$ as a transformation of the function $y=2_{x}.$ $k(x)=2_{x−2}+2 $ Looking at the function, we can see that it has been translated $2$ units to the right and $2$ units up. Let's show the transformations one at a time.

Firstly, let's consider the function $y=2_{x−2}.$ This is a horizontal translation of $y=2_{x}$ to the right by $2$ units.

Finally, we will consider the function $k(x)=2_{x−2}+2.$ This is a vertical translation of $y=2_{x−2}$ up by $2$ units.

Therefore, we can notice that the obtained graph is shown in choice **B**.