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does anyone know a graphing website where i can graph and equation

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http://my.hrw.com/math06_07/nsmedia/tools/Graph_Calculator/graphCalc.html
http://rechneronline.de/function-graphs/
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I have to graph this but idk how? I x+2 I -2
Is that the whole problem? or does it say y=lx+2l-2
Yes
abs(x+2)-2 go to the first web site a gave you and put abs(x+2)-2 in and then press graph
but what are the points
It has it listed on the side.... it looks like this x y -5 1 -4 0
does it math if you us the ( ) or I I?
Use this abs(x+2)-2 just copy and paste it and then press graph
How do i put in this equation? y+2= abs x+2
so get y alone y=abs(x+2)-2 so on that graphing website just plug in abs(x+2)-2

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