## Calculus: Early Transcendentals 8th Edition

Translating upwards by $1$ the graph of $y=x^3$ we get the graph of $y=x^3+1$ as in the figure below.
The graph of $y=x^3+1$ can be obtained from the graph of $y=x^3$ by translating it upwards for $1$ unit (moving every point of it upwards for $1$ unit) as is done in the figure below.