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Describing Transformations of Absolute Value Functions

Describing Transformations of Absolute Value Functions 1.14 - Solution

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We are asked to translate the equation up by units. Remember, when translating absolute value functions, vertical translations occur outside the absolute value. Consider the following general equation, where is a real number. The graph of this equation is a vertical translation of by units. In this case, the value of is Translating by units means that we need to this value.