#### Answer

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#### Work Step by Step

To obtain the graph of $y=x^4+2$ from $y=x^4$, shift the curve 2 unit(s) up. See graph (red curve).

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See graph (red curve).

To obtain the graph of $y=x^4+2$ from $y=x^4$, shift the curve 2 unit(s) up. See graph (red curve).

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