# Which equations is the translation 2 units left of the graph of y x?

Since there are no "following" equations, the answer is NONE OF THEM.

Since there are no "following" equations, the answer is NONE OF
THEM.

Since there are no "following" equations, the answer is NONE OF
THEM.

Since there are no "following" equations, the answer is NONE OF
THEM.

Since there are no "following" equations, the answer is NONE OF
THEM.

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