How does changing the function from f (x) = - 4 cos 3x to g (x) = - 4 cos 3x - 6 affect the range of the function?

The function shifts down 4 units, so the range changes from - 4 to 4 in f (x) to - 8 to 0 in g (x).

The function shifts down 4 units, so the range changes from - 1 to 1 in f (x) to - 5 to - 3 in g (x).

The function shifts down 6 units, so the range changes from - 4 to 4 in f (x) to - 10 to - 2 in g (x).

The function shifts down 6 units, so the range changes from - 1 to 1 in f (x) to - 7 to - 5 in g (x).

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  1. Karalina
    The function shifts down 6 units so the range will change from (-4, 4) to (-10,-2)

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