How do you graph #f(x) =abs(4x+3)+1#?

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Aug 27, 2015

Answer:

The graph will be in the shape of a V.

Explanation:

Substitute #y# for #f(x)#.

#y=abs(4x+3)+1#

Determine points for the graph substituting both positive and negative values for #x#.

#x=-3,# #y=10#
#x=-2,# #y=6#
#x=-1,# #y=2#
#x=0,# #y=4#
#x=1,# #y=8#
#x=2,# #y=12#
#x=3,# #y=16#

Plot the points. Draw straight lines through the points on both halves of the graph. The graph will be in the shape of a V.

graph{y=abs(4x+3)+1 [-14.97, 13.89, -0.92, 13.51]}