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Linear and Absolute Value Function Families
Groups of lines and absolute value functions with the same basic shape and equation.
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Function Families: Parent Functions
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This video helps you understand and practice drawing three types of parent functions, including y=x, y=x^2, and y=x^3.
MAT.ALG.404.095 (Linear and Absolute Value Function Families - Algebra)
MAT.ALG.404.095 (Linear and Absolute Value Function Families - Math Analysis)
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