18jonea
  • 18jonea
This is the graph of y < |x – 3|. https://gls.agilix.com/Resz/~Ey6YBAAAAAAM6o_hPFz3EB.MTbsVt4MqGzMfUb1hbDZiD/19809086,C24/Assets/assessmentimages/u2l4.jpg True false
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18jonea
  • 18jonea
@Directrix
kva1992
  • kva1992
that is true. the reason it does that is because you have an absolute value
18jonea
  • 18jonea
are you sure

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kva1992
  • kva1992
im pretty sure lemme double check
kva1992
  • kva1992
yeah that is right just graphed it myself
Directrix
  • Directrix
Here is what I got.
kva1992
  • kva1992
but by all means you can get a second opinion lol i do make mistakes lol
kva1992
  • kva1992
try putting it in a graphing calculator
18jonea
  • 18jonea
i dont have one onhand
Directrix
  • Directrix
It looks true to me. Check to make sure that the lines forming the V are dashed. I don't know what your other options are.
Directrix
  • Directrix
You can use this online calculator: https://www.desmos.com/calculator
18jonea
  • 18jonea
thank you
Directrix
  • Directrix
You are welcome.

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