Can someone please show me the steps for graphing
Preferably by splitting it into two equations, one for and one for
Though any other method that I can use consistently would also help.
Thanks
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Can someone please show me the steps for graphing
Preferably by splitting it into two equations, one for and one for
Though any other method that I can use consistently would also help.
Thanks
Would you be able to graph ?
This graph should be translated along both the axes appropriately to obtain the graph of f(x).
This link might help you: http://www.binarythings.com/graphsight/
first rewrite without using the absolute value symbol you will have
according to this
Attachment 11910
the graph of it
Attachment 11911
now
the graph of it like the graph above just rise it 2 unit up like this
Attachment 11912
Hello(Hi)
i think i have what you need(Nod)
Graphing AbsoluteValue Functions
if you want to see whether your graphing is correct or not,use this software :
http://www.geogebra.org/download/GeoGebra_3_2_0_0.exe
Or this one :
SourceForge.net: Maxima  GPL CAS based on DOEMACSYMA: Files
Hello, Stroodle!
We know what: looks like.Quote:
Graph: .
Code:
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\  /
\  /
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      +      


Then: . moves the graph 3 units to the left.Code:\ / 
\ / 
\ / 
\ / 
   *   +      
3 

Then: . inverts the graph vertically.Code:

3 
   *   +      
/ \ 
/ \ 
/ \ 
/ \ 

Finally, moves the graph up 2 units.Code:
(3,2) 
* 
/ \ 
   /  \  +      
/ \ 
/ \ 

There!
Thanks heaps for your help guys, really appreciate it. Didn't expect such detailed answers.
I've got it now :)