How do you graph #y=abs(x)+5#?
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The halflines rise from the terminal(0, 5) and include a right angle.
The angle is bisected by the upward yaxis,
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To graph ( y = x + 5 ), follow these steps:
 Plot the point (0, 5) as the yintercept.
 For values of x greater than or equal to 0, the function is ( y = x + 5 ). Plot points and draw a line with a slope of 1.
 For values of x less than 0, the function is ( y = x + 5 ). Plot points and draw a line with a slope of 1.
 Connect the lines on either side smoothly.
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To graph the equation (y = x + 5), follow these steps:

Identify key points: Plot the vertex and points on either side of the vertex.
 The vertex occurs where (x = 0), so (y = 0 + 5 = 5). Plot the point (0, 5).
 Choose another point to the right of the vertex, for example, when (x = 2). Then (y = 2 + 5 = 2 + 5 = 7). Plot the point (2, 7).
 Choose another point to the left of the vertex, for example, when (x = 2). Then (y = 2 + 5 = 2 + 5 = 7). Plot the point (2, 7).

Draw the graph: Connect the points with a smooth curve. Since (x) is symmetric about the yaxis, the graph will be symmetric about the yaxis.
You should have a graph that resembles a Vshape opening upwards, with the vertex at (0, 5) and extending upwards on both sides.
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