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    How do you draw modulus graphs?
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    Have you tried the method in my 9750g thread? I thought they'd be quite similar =o
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    Have you tried the method in my 9750g thread? I thought they'd be quite similar =o
    I dont understand it, can you explain excatly how to do it (nice and simple) plz
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    ok on mine one

    1. go to graph function from main menu
    2. then in the row where you can enter the equation, you press the the 'OPTN' button, then I select 'NUM' on the screen, then there is the 'Abs' thing
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    ok on mine one

    1. go to graph function from main menu
    2. then in the row where you can enter the equation, you press the the 'OPTN' button, then I select 'NUM' on the screen, then there is the 'Abs' thing
    Your a genius! Thankyou so much.
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    being thick here but how about the other modulus....where it is just the x that is modulussed? reflecting in the x-axis? ive only just got mine...
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    Use brackets

    e.g. (Abs X) - 2
    and Abs (X-2)
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    fantastic!!!! thank you loads!
 
 
 
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