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The graph of `y=a|x-h|+k` is a "V"; if a<0 then the "v" opens down. The slope of the sides is a; the vertex is at (h,k).
Thus the vertex is at (0,2); the graph opens down and the slope of the sides is `+-2`
y=-2|x|+2 is an absolute value graph that looks
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