Algebra and Trigonometry 10th Edition

The graph of $g(x)$ is the graph of $f(x)$ moved left by 1 unit.
Observe: $f(0)=6^0=1$ which gives the point: $(0,1)$ $g(-1)=6^{-1+1}=1$ which gives the point: $(-1,1)$ $f(1)=6^1=6$ which gives the point: $(1,6)$ $g(0)=6^{0+1}=6$ which gives the point: $(0,6)$ $f(2)=6^2=36$ which gives the point: $(2,36)$ $g(1)=6^{1+1}=36$ which gives the point: $(1,36)$