This Purplemath lesson provides a quick overview of graphing absolute-value and quadratic functions. This page explains how to keep track of the "V" in the absolute-value graph, and how to draw the correct shape for the quadratic equation's parabola. Highlights common student mistakes and points out how to avoid them. Honors Algebra 2 Transforming Absolute Value Functions Learning Targets 1. Identify Anchor Points for the absolute value function 2. Given an absolute value function, describe the transformation and graph the function. 3. Given the transformation of an absolute value function, write the equation.
Types of Functions Worksheet Algebra 1 For #1-15, state whether or not each graph shows a function. If it is a function, say whether it is linear, quadratic, absolute value, exponential, or none of the above. 1. 2. 3. Function? Yes or No Function? Yes or No Function? Yes or No