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**Absolute-Value Functions**

5-Ext Absolute-Value Functions Lesson Presentation Holt Algebra 1

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**Objectives Graph absolute-value functions.**

Identify characteristics of absolute-value functions and their graphs.

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Vocabulary absolute-value function axis of symmetry vertex

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An absolute-value function is a function whose rule contains an absolute-value expression. To graph an absolute-value function, choose several values of x and generate some ordered pairs.

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**Absolute-value graphs are V-shaped**

Absolute-value graphs are V-shaped. The axis of symmetry is the line that divides the graph into two congruent halves. The vertex is the “corner" point on the graph.

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**From the graph of y = |x|, you can tell that:**

the axis of symmetry is the y-axis (x = 0). the vertex is (0, 0). the domain (x-values) is the set of all real numbers. the range (y-values) is described by y ≥ 0. y = |x| is a function because each domain value has exactly one range value. the x-intercept and the y-intercept are both 0.

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**Example 1A: Absolute-Value Functions**

Graph the absolute-value function and label the axis of symmetry and the vertex. Identify the intercepts, and give the domain and range. y = |x| + 1 Axis of symmetry Choose positive, negative, and zero values for x, and find ordered pairs. y = |x| + 1 x –2 –1 1 2 3 Vertex Plot the ordered pairs and connect them.

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**From the graph you can tell that**

Example 1A Continued From the graph you can tell that the axis of symmetry is the y-axis (x = 0). the vertex is (0, 1). there are no x-intercepts. the y-intercept is +1. the domain is all real numbers. the range is described by y ≥ 1. Axis of symmetry Vertex

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**Example 1B: Absolute-Value Functions**

Graph the absolute-value function and label the axis of symmetry and the vertex. Identify the intercepts, and give the domain and range. y = |x – 4| Axis of symmetry Choose positive, negative, and zero values for x, and find ordered pairs. y = |x – 4| x –2 2 4 6 Plot the ordered pairs and connect them. Vertex

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**From the graph you can tell that**

Example 1B Continued From the graph you can tell that the axis of symmetry is x = 4. the vertex is (4, 0). the x-intercept is +4. the y-intercept is +4. the domain is all real numbers. the range is described by y ≥ 0. Axis of symmetry Vertex

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**Plot the ordered pairs and connect them.**

Check It Out! Example 1 Graph the absolute-value function and label the axis of symmetry and the vertex. Identify the intercepts, and give the domain and range. f(x) = 3|x| Axis of symmetry Choose positive, negative, and zero values for x, and find ordered pairs. f(x) = 3|x| x –2 –1 1 2 6 3 x Plot the ordered pairs and connect them. Vertex

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**Check It Out! Example 1 Continued**

From the graph you can tell that the axis of symmetry is x = 0. the vertex is (0, 0). the x-intercept is 0. the y-intercept is 0. the domain is all real numbers. the range is described by y ≥ 0. Axis of symmetry Vertex x

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