When x=2 it reaches zero on the graph and also has the correct transformation
The correct option is B) zero x = -2.
Consider the provided graph y = x + 2
The zeros of a function are the point on which graph intersects the x axis or we can say the value of x when y = 0.
Substitute y = 0 in the provided equation.
0 = x + 2
x = -2
The coordinate is (-2,0). Also the zero of the graph is at x = -2 because it follows the definition of zeros.
Now substitute x = 0 in the provided equation.
y = 0 + 2
y = 2
The coordinate is (0,2).
Now, draw a line passing through the point (-2,0) and (0,2).
The required line is shown in figure 1.
Now consider the provided options only option A and B have the same graph.
But the correct option is B as the zero of the option B is x = -2.
Hence, the correct option is B) zero x = -2.