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**QM deFuturo** I don't disagree. However, the hidden context is usually which section in the book is being covered at the time the question is asked.

As an educated guess, I'd say the first graph looks like the typical graph of a logarithm, and the second graph looks like the typical graph of an exponential function when the base is less than 1.

If these were the cases, then it would appear that the first graph is shifted right 2 units, and the second graph is shifted up 3 units. I make these guesses based on my knowledge of the asymptotes of the log and exponential functions.

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