Yay Math in Studio returns, with the help of baby daughter, to share some knowledge about parent functions and their transformations. Specifically, we use the absolute value graph as an example to demonstrate horizontal shift, vertical shift, reflection, and stretch. Transform your graphing, and your life, along with me. YAY MATH!
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