But the original question ("How many units is it shifted?") suggests very strongly that one knows the basic form of the graph and is only asked to determine how this known graph has been shifted. To me it sounds like you have dropped part of the context from which this problem has been taken.
No, really. This is exactly how it was written, nothing was altered at all. Bad question, huh? That's why I posted it
I am thinking I should probably ask my teacher for a hint on this one. Do you think there is anything in particular I should ask for?
I asked my teacher how I can solve it when there are missing functions here and she asked me this and gave me the direction:
1. How many units right is the graph above shifted? I think 2.2?
2. How many units up is the graph above shifted? I think 2.5?
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.