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2.13: Using the General Absolute Value Equation and the Graphing Calculator

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Breadth

Breadth refers to the distance between the halves of a function with two symmetric sides (such as an absolute value function).

General Form of an Absolute Value Function

The general equation for an absolute value function is y = a|x-h|+k, where a controls the width of the “V” and (h, k) is the vertex.

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