[Math Lair] Absolute Value Functions

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The absolute value function can be defined as being the function that is the same as its value when that value is positive, and the negative of its value when that value is negative. This page doesn't talk too much about the properties of absolute value, it just contains a gallery of somewhat interesting graphs of functions involving absolute value.

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These graphs were made using gnuplot.

See also: graphs of common functions.