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y=|x-4|+2

 Sep 28, 2019
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:0 but what are we supposed to do with that? do we graph it or? 

or maybe im dumb and i dont know lol 
 

 Sep 28, 2019
edited by Nirvana  Sep 28, 2019
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Probably to graph it?

 

Here is the graph --> https://www.desmos.com/calculator/o80bhbnfwb

CalculatorUser  Sep 28, 2019
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ah that makes sense 

Nirvana  Sep 28, 2019
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I just need the steps to know how to do it.

Guest Sep 28, 2019
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A regular absolute value equation like y=|x| will look like

 

 

So if the constant exists, like y=|x| + 2

 

The "V" moves 2 units up

 

And if something within the absolute value exists, say y = |x - 4|

 

If it is negative, then the V is 4 units right, if it is positive, the V is 4 units left.

 Sep 28, 2019

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