f(x) = |f(x)|/3
It is sometimes the point where the value inside the absolute function is zero.
It is f(x) = 3|x|.
It is x >= 0.
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the range is a positive real number
absolute value of y> 1
It’s vertex is not at the origin
The absolute value function returns the absolute value of a number.
Its vertex is not at the origin
The domain would always be the set of all real numbers while the range depends on the sign outside the term in the absolute value and the other operations to be evaluated outside the absolute value term.
An absolute-value function
No it is not
y = 1/x
The absolute value of a function changes the original function by ensuring that any negative y values will in essence be positive. For instance, the function y = absolute value (x) will yield the value +1 when x equals -1. Graphically, this function will look like a "V".