No, the absolute value of a number cannot equal a negative number.
the absolute value is always positive, by definition -2 x -2 x -2 = -8 absolute value of -8 is +8 Ans: + 8
In order to write f(x) = |x| + |x-2| without the absolute value signs, it it necessary to write it as a piecewise function.We must define f as follows:f(x) = -2x + 2, if x < 0f(x) = 2, if 0
It is either 2|x| - 3 or 2|x-3| depending on if the minus three is part of the absolute value.
the absolute value of x + iy is equal to (x^2+y^2)^.5 and is the same for the conjugate, x-iy
The absolute value of 19 is 19. If x is positive , absolute x equals x.
zero. The absolute value of a number is just the positive version of that number, so the absolute value of x is x, and x minus x is zero.
It is x|x|/2 + C
+2 (2 x the absolute value of the charge of an electron).
Abs(x) = x when x >= 0Abs(x) = -x when x < 0.In short, abs(x) is the distance from the origin to x, irrespective of whether it is to the left or right.
The absolute value of a number is expressed with the symbol |. To show you want to find the absolute value of an integer(using x as the integer) you would do this |x|. Examples- |2| = 2 |-9| = 9 |325| = 325 |-457245| = 457245
Yes, every integer has an absolute value. In fact, so do all real numbers, and even so do all complex numbers (in a similar but slightly different way). The absolute value of a number is the distance from it to zero. For example, the absolute value of -2 is 2 because -2 is two units away from zero on the number line. In a more concrete expression, the absolute value of a number x (written as |x|), is given by: x, if x is greater than or equal to 0. -x, if x is less than zero.