Students will learn two methods for graphing the absolute value function under transformations, when given an equation. The first method they'll learn, is to make a table of values, then graph the equation by plotting points and drawing lines through said points. The second method is much more efficient. They'll learn how to identify the transformations, for instance, how much to move the graph up, then graph the equation from this info. Cover shifting, scaling, and reflecting. Before attempting this section, students should know how to graph the absolute value function without transformations, and they should be familiar with graph transformations in general.