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6.9: Graphs of Absolute Value Equations

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symmetrical

symmetrical

An absolute value graph is symmetrical, meaning it can be folded in half on its line of symmetry.
vertex

vertex

The point of intersection of the two lines creating a V in an absolute value graph is called the vertex.

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Difficulty Level:

Basic

Grades:

8 , 9

Date Created:

Feb 24, 2012

Last Modified:

Aug 21, 2014
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