This lesson teaches you how to graph a piecewise function, which is made up of three different lines with constraints on them, as opposed to a linear line that goes from negative infinity to infinity. By rewriting the expressions in y = nx + b form, we can determine the slope and y-intercept of each equation. We then graph each equation based on the constraints given, only shading in where it is true.
How to graph a piecewise function
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