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The graph for f(x) = log(2.6)x + 2 would be the graph for f(x) = log(2.6) x, shifted upwards by 2.
At any value of x, the value of the new function f(x) = log(2.6)x + 2 would be 2 more the value of the original function f(x) = log(2.6) x.
The new function, like the original would be defined for all values of x>0. At x = 1, the value of the new function would be 2 instead of 0 as in f(x) = log(2.6)x .