# colleGe math

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y=-2|x| Will someone please explain how I'm supposed to graph this?

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y=-2|-3| was the intended equation

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y=-2|x| actually I'm sorry I left some of the details out. It says to let x=-3,-2,-1,0,1,2 and 3. Not sure what to make of this..

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|x| simply means "give me the positive result of the number inside"

so |3| = 3
|-3| = 3

I will do the last one, you do the others

y= 2|-2)
= 2(2)
= 4

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