Lesson 4 Absolutely Transformed Practice Understanding

Ready

Solve each of the equations for the indicated variable.

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Solve for .

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Solve for .

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Solve for .

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Solve for .

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Solve for .

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Solve for .

Set

Use the given information to write the indicated form of the function.

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Piecewise equation.

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Absolute value equation.

A segment enters the grid at (-10, 1) descends to (-5,-4). The second segment begins at (-5, -4) and ascends to (1, 2), where it exits the grid x–10–10–10–8–8–8–6–6–6–4–4–4–2–2–2y–4–4–4–2–2–2222000

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Make a table of values. Be sure to include the vertex in the table.

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Graph

A blank coordinate plane

Graph each of the absolute value functions.

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A blank coordinate plane

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A blank coordinate plane

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A blank coordinate plane

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A blank coordinate plane

Use the given graph of an absolute value function to write the equation for the function.

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A segment enters the grid at (-3, 4) descends to (-1,-3). The second segment begins at (-1, -3) and ascends to (7, 5), where it exits the grid x–5–5–5555y–5–5–5555000

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A segment enters the grid at (-4, -6) ascends to (3, 6). The second segment begins at (3, 6) and descends to (9, -6), where it exits the grid x–5–5–5555y–5–5–5555000

Go

Rewrite each expression by performing the indicated operation. Each new expression should contain only one square root.

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