This video shows the method to plot the graph of the absolute value of a function. The video shows the example of the function of cube root of 'x'. The demonstrator first plots the graph of a cube root function. This is done by taking the reference point of positive one and positive eight. The graph is drawn for both negative and positive values of 'x'. After this the graph of absolute function is drawn by taking the absolute value of the cube root function. The resultant graph comes out to be a reflection of the graph of the function about the x axis.

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