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i just need to know how to do part (e)
ignore the pencil stuff. that was for part (f)

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no. it's using geometric formulas.
i just need to know how to graph part (e) cuz i'm a little confused with the absolute value stuff.

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oh ok thanks. so everything's just reflected off the xaxis when it's absolute value right?

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yes

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ok thanks.