Say you have f(x) = x so it looks like this / if you do f(|x|)... will it make it look like V or < THANKS
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Originally Posted by Mr_Green Say you have f(x) = x so it looks like this / if you do f(|x|)... will it make it look like V or < THANKS V.
IT cannot look like < Because otherwise it is not a function (vertical line test).
Just reflect all the -xs about the x axis and you'll get V
Originally Posted by Mr_Green Say you have f(x) = x so it looks like this / if you do f(|x|)... will it make it look like V or < THANKS Here's the graph. -Dan
Hello, Mr_Green! Say you have so it looks like this: / If you do . . . will it make it look like or ? Since we have , the graph is symmetric to the y-axis: . Baby-talk: "Anything that happens on the right will also happen on the left"
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