How to determine the intervals that a function is increasing decreasing or constant
How to determine the intervals that a function is increasing decreasing or constant

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Which of the following functions is graphed below?
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1.3.3 Quiz: Graphing Functions Question 6 of 10
Which of the following functions is graphed below?
0 A v = |x + 3 – 4 0 B v = |x + 3| + 4 C. Y = |x – 3| + 4 D: y = kx – 3| – 4 (PREVIOUS
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Which of the following functions is graphed below?Question 9 of 10 2 PointsWhich of the following functions is graphed below?A. y = kx + 3 – 4B. y = kx – 3 + 4C. y = lx + 3 + 4D. y = kx – 3 – 4

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Which of the following functions is graphed below?Question 1 of 10 2 PointsWhich of the following functions is graphed below?f(x) = -3, x < 2A. Y = |x + 6|, x â‰¥ 2B. Y = |x – 3|, x < 2C. Y = 1 + 6x, x â‰¥ 2D. Y = |x – 3|, x â‰¥ 2

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Which of the following functions is graphed below? 15-10f(x) = x + 3, x > 4 0 A v = {K + 4, x â‰¤ 4f(x) = x + 3, x < 4 0 B v = {K + 4, x â‰¥ 4f(x) = x + 3, x < 4 0 C v = x + 4, x â‰¤ 4f(x) = x + 3, x â‰¥ 4 D y = âˆš(x + 4), x < 4PREVIOUSsearch

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Okay, so suppose i started with the graph: just the original function y equals the absolute value of x and then suppose the vertex moves to the point negative 3 negative 4 point. So what happens here as i go from my origin? 00 to the point: negative 3 negative, 4. Okay. So i’m actually going let 3 when i’m going left and right, i’m affecting my x values, so i’m actually inside my…