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Graph the equations
y=2|x-5|+2

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    Algebra - Damon, Wednesday, January 26, 2011 at 8:18am
    go ahead and graph it. Find some points
    x , y
    0 , 12
    1 , 10
    -1 , 14
    2 , 8
    -2 , 16
    3 , 6
    -3 , 18

    10 , 12
    -10, 32

    20 , 32
    -20 52

    30 , 52
    -30 , 72 etc

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