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Graphing Absolute Value Functions

Graphing Absolute Value Functions 1.2 - Solution

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a
Let's begin by inserting into the expression and then simplifying it as far as possible. When we then calculate the absolute value, we change the sign if the simplified expression is negative.
b
Again, we insert into the expression and simplify before you calculate the absolute value.
c
Here we must remember that a negative number raised to the power of will still be negative after the power has been calculated.