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# The absolute value function g(x) = |x + 2| + 5 is reflected over the x-axis, and then translated 3 units right and 3 units up to become g′(x). The quadratic function f(x), graphed below, is translat

The absolute value function g(x) = |x + 2| + 5 is reflected over the x-axis, and then translated 3 units right and 3 units up to become g′(x). The quadratic function f(x), graphed below, is translated 6 units right and 1 unit up to become f′(x). Which of these two transformed functions has a larger maximum and what is the value of this maximum?

A. g′(x) has a larger maximum value: 1.

B. g′(x) has a larger maximum value: −2

C. f′(x) has a larger maximum value: −3

D. f′(x) has a larger maximum value: 4