First, students will learn how to graph the absolute value of a function, given a graph of the original function (video). Next, students will learn how to graph two types of absolute value equations. The first is the absolute value of a quadratic. In this case, students should get the \(x\) and \(y\)-intercepts right, but the graph needn't be accurate. The second type of equation involves the sum or difference of two linear equations, one of which we take the absolute value of. In this case, students should accurately draw the graph.