SOLUTION: Hi! I appreciate your help solving question. It is not from textbook.Thanks A quadrilateral is bounded by absvalue(x-1)=5 and absvalue y=3. Give the coordinates of the vertices

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Rational-functions Question 124829: Hi! I appreciate your help solving question. It is not from textbook.Thanks A quadrilateral is bounded by absvalue(x-1)=5 and absvalue y=3. Give the coordinates of the verticesAnswer by solver91311(18785)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!You have two equations, each of which is going to graph to two straight lines. => or => or => or is a horizontal line where every ordered pair representing a point on the line has a y-coordinate of 3. Similarly, the ordered pairs describing all have y-coordinates of -3. is a vertical line such that all of the ordered pairs have an x-coordinate of 6. The two horizontal lines will intersect this vertical line at the points (6,3) and (6,-3), giving us two vertices of the quadrilateral. is a vertical line such that all of the ordered pairs have an x-coordinate of -4. The two horizontal lines will intersect this vertical line at the points (-4,3) and (-4,-3), giving us the other two vertices.