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Graph y = │x + 2| i graphed that on a graphing calculator and i get a straight line going threw the points (-2,-2) but in my choices i get lines that look like V's (attached in comments)

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But if i had to go with on of the graphs attached i would probably go with C
where's the other absolute sign?

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y=|x+2|?
yeah
plot the intercepts and only take the positive values.
you don't type x+2 in y1 you type in abs(x+2)
and it's not c.
of course it will depend on your calculator what the actual syntax is
Its graph B then
@jim_thompson5910 would know how to use ur calculator, we use a different one over here in Australia.
different ones*
yeh, seems correct to me.

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