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Find the symmetry of the function f(x) = absolute value of x+3. Options are x axis, y axis, y = -3, or x=-3. I thought the answer was none - but I don't see that as an option!?!?
X= -3

The whole graph is shaped like a "V" so the line of symmetry would be at the middle of the "V"
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(07-29-2018, 01:37 PM)MNomadic Wrote: X= -3

The whole graph is shaped like a "V" so the line of symmetry would be at the middle of the "V"

awww man, I'm so glad I'm good at other things lol.
OoO, that was quick.
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