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2.7 Graphing Absolute Value Functions The absolute value function always makes a ‘V’ shape graph.

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2.7 Graphing Absolute Value Functions Do you notice any patterns or rules to transform a function left or right? Using your rule, sketch the following problems. Horizontal Translation: f(x - h) shifts to the right f(x + h) shifts to the left

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2.7 Graphing Absolute Value Functions Write an equation for each graph.

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2.7 Graphing Absolute Value Functions Do you notice any patterns or rules to transform a function up or down? Using your rule, sketch the following problems. Vertical Translation: f(x) + k shifts up f(x) - k shifts down

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2.7 Graphing Absolute Value Functions Write an equation for each graph.

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2.7 Graphing Absolute Value Functions Reflect graph across the x-axis: f(x) flips the graphs Shifts 3 to the right Shifts 2 up Shifts 2 to the left Shifts 1 up Reflect over x-axis Shifts 3 to the left Shifts 2 down Reflect over x-axis

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