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**Graphing Absolute Value Inequalities in 2 Variables**

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Testing Solutions Check whether the given ordered pair is a solution of (2,-1) (-3,-3) (-2,4) (2,-1) is not a solution (-3,-3) is not a solution (-2,4) is a solution

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**Graphing Nonlinear Functions**

In order to graph an unfamiliar function, construct a __________ to determine what the function looks like. To determine where to shade in an _____________, you will use the same techniques taught yesterday. Graph y=|x| in the calculator. What is its shape? ______ All the graphs today will have this general shape. T-chart inequality V

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**Graph the Function Construct a T-chart. …then graph. x y**

The opposite of the number with x is usually the ‘bounce back’ point. Graph the Function Construct a T-chart. x y …then graph.

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Graph the Function Construct a T-chart. x y …then graph.

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Graph the Function …then graph. Construct a T-chart. x y

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Graph the Function …then graph. Construct a T-chart. Test a Point. x y

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Graph the Function …then graph. Construct a T-chart. x y

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Graph the Function …then graph. Construct a T-chart. Test a Point. x y

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Graph the Function …then graph. Construct a T-chart. x y

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Graph the Function …then graph. Construct a T-chart. Test a Point. x y

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