Students will practice identifying the absolute value equation or absolute value inequality given its graph. A worksheet with graphs is provided along with another worksheet with equations and inequalities. Students must determine the equation or inequality that best represents the graph. There are four choices for each graph. They paste this equation/inequality onto the graphs worksheet.
This activity works very well in conjunction with my Algebra 2 Parent Functions and Transformations Unit.
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