Lesson goal: For loops and plotting the absolute value

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Once you learn about absolute values, you may have to make plots of them. They often result in strange "V-shaped" plots. You can learn how to plot absolute value functions here.

Now you try. Try fixing the pset statement to plot the variable $x$ on the x-axis and $|x|$ on the y-axis.

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This code will not run. You have to fill in the y= line to be assigned to the absolute value of x, then fix the pset statement first. Fix it to plot $x$ on the x-axis, and the $|x|$ on the y-axis. Dismiss.
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