Graphing Absolute Value Function with Horizontal Shift

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At about the 4:52 mark, the teacher says the graph never goes to 0; the graph does go to 0 at one point, though. So, instead of writing R=(0,∞), the teacher should have written R=[0,∞) because 0 is included in the range.

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Graphing an absolute value equation with horizontal shift

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do I graph h(x)=|x+4|?
  • What are the domain and range of h(x)=|x+4|?
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    In this lesson, the teacher shows how to graph an absolute value function that only shifts horizontally.