Which inequality is graphed?
y > |x + 4| – 2
y < |x – 4| – 2
y > |x + 4| + 2
y < |x – 4| + 2

- anonymous

Which inequality is graphed?
y > |x + 4| – 2
y < |x – 4| – 2
y > |x + 4| + 2
y < |x – 4| + 2

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- andriod09

what is the rule about inequality? do you know it?

- anonymous

No.

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- andriod09

okay,
Rule #1: Inequalities that are grater than or equal to, shade up,
Rule #2: Inequalities that are less than or equal to shade down.
Have you solved any of the equations?

- anonymous

I don't know how :c

- andriod09

How come you have these problems than?

- anonymous

I do online school. So they just give me random questions

- andriod09

ahh, so your homeschooled?

- anonymous

Unfortunately!

- andriod09

There is nothing wrong with being homeschooled, except maybe your social life. :] im homwschooled too. lol. anyy wayyy.

- anonymous

Ohhhhhhh. Well I'm not used to it! Lol. I just started this year, it's my like second week. I went to public school all my life so it's a big adjustment.

- andriod09

same here
I am doing the Life of Fred math series, you should try it. :].

- andriod09

ok, do you know about absolute values?

- anonymous

Yes

- andriod09

So then make then abosolutes and solve.

- anonymous

Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat
Confused

- andriod09

absolute value = |x+4|

- anonymous

I think I figured it out, I had to set the absolute value to equal zero in which I found the vertex, which is 2, 4

- andriod09

but when you absolute the vaule, it becomes a positive number, and 0 is neither positive nor negative, :/

- anonymous

That's what my teacher told me to do D:

- anonymous

Wtf

- jim_thompson5910

The vertex of that given graph is (4,2)

- jim_thompson5910

The vertex of y = a|x-h| + k is (h,k)

- andriod09

jim, im a freshman, in honours algebra, and that makes no sense. lol

- anonymous

Algebra 1?

- jim_thompson5910

y = a|x-h| + k is the general form of an absolute value equation

- jim_thompson5910

And the vertex is (h,k)

- jim_thompson5910

Ex:
y = a|x-h| + k
Let a = 2, h = 3 and k = 5 to get
y = 2|x-3|+5
The vertex of y = 2|x-3|+5 is (3,5)

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