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Here's the equation: \({|x+3 |} = 2\)

I made a table of values (this is not obviously correct):

(-3, 2)

(-2, 1)

(-1, 0)

(0, -1)

and plotting them on a graph, it gave me a slanting line.

However, I used desmos to graph \({|x+3 |} = 2\) and I got two verticle lines...

What did I do wrong?

Guest May 6, 2018

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Guest
May 6, 2018