# Algebra 2 Section 2.6 Day 1. Example #1: y = -|x+2|-4 Vertex: Domain: Range: * What shift do you see in this graph from the parent graph?

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Algebra 2 Section 2.6 Day 1

Example #1: y = -|x+2|-4 Vertex: Domain: Range: * What shift do you see in this graph from the parent graph?

Example #2: y = |4x-1|+3 Vertex: Domain: Range: * What shift do you see in this graph from the parent graph?

Example #3: y = | ½ x |-2 Vertex: Domain: Range: * What shift do you see in this graph from the parent graph?

Example #4: y = | -3x +1 |-2 Vertex: Domain: Range: * What shift do you see in this graph from the parent graph?

A function that is written using 2 or more expressions. On the graph, a dot indicates that the point is included in the graph. A circle indicates that the point is not included in the graph.

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