Absolute Value. By: Katie Harbeck, Huy Nguyen, Myle Nguyen, Julie Pham. Welcome to the absolute value lesson. The equation of absolute value is Y=a|x - h| + k A represents slope X is the independent variable H is the X value of the vertex K is the Y value of the vertex. Example:.
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By: Katie Harbeck, Huy Nguyen, Myle Nguyen, Julie Pham
The equation of absolute value is Y=a|x - h| + k
The equation is y = 1 | x -3 |-2
The slope is one on either side.
(3 ,- 2)
The parent function of any absolute value equation is: Y=|x|
Equation after shift: Y=|x-3|-2
In the equation Y=a|x-h|+k , a represents the slope of the graph.
When the value of a is negative
When the value of a is positive
When the value of a is greater than 1
When the value of a is less than 1