Posted by **Kevin** on Monday, August 18, 2008 at 4:21pm.

This is a piecewise function on one graph:

f(x)= 3, -4 <or= x <or= 1

-x+2, 1 < x < 3

x-5, 3 <or= x <or= 7

The coordinates are (-4,3) (-1,3) (3,-1) (3,-2) (7,2)

So what would the graph look like if it is:y= abs(f(x)), y=2f(abs(x)), y=f(-x), y=-f(x)-3, y=f(x+3), y=f(2x). You can put down the coordinate or if u have another way of showing me, please do. Thank you.

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