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Below are the graphs of y = | x | and y = | x | - 9 . How are the graphs related? A. The graphs have the same shape. The y-intercept of y = | x | is 0 and the x-intercept of the second graph is –9. B. The graphs have the same y-intercept. The second graph is steeper than y = | x | . C. The two graphs are the same. D. The graphs have the same shape. The y-intercept of y = | x | is 0 and the y-intercept of the second graph is –9.

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intercept means where the graph cuts the respective axis!

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i dont think anything was hard in this.. its just u have to see your graph and match your options with it.. it had more english understanding then mathematics.
thank u so much i havent been in school in over 8years lol so its hard when u forgot what u learn in high school

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