Absolute Value

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Exploring Absolute Value

Description: In this activity students explore absolute value functions by graphing distances between cities on I-75 in Michigan. They then use an interactive graphing tool to explore the tables, functions, and graphs of absolute value functions.

http://media.mivu.org/mvu_pd/a4a/resources/absval/index.html

 

Graphing I-75 in Michigan: Learn about absolute value functions by graphing distances between cities along I-75 in Michigan.

http://media.mivu.org/mvu_pd/a4a/resources/applets/I75.html

 

Graphing Absolute Value: Interactive absolute value graph for exploring the effect of different variables on the table and graphs of absolute value functions.

http://media.mivu.org/mvu_pd/a4a/resources/applets/absval.html


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