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Graphing Absolute Value Functions

Graphing Absolute Value Functions 1.12 - Solution

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To graph the given absolute value function, we will start by making a table of values. To do so, we will assign some random values to the variable and calculate the corresponding values of the variable.

Let's now plot and connect the obtained points on a coordinate plane. Recall that the graph of an absolute value function has a V shape.

We see above that the variable can take any number. We also see that the variable takes values greater than or equal to With this in mind, we can write the domain and range of the function.