It is either 2|x| - 3 or 2|x-3| depending on if the minus three is part of the absolute value.
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
the absolute value is always positive, by definition -2 x -2 x -2 = -8 absolute value of -8 is +8 Ans: + 8
It is x|x|/2 + C
Absolute value of -x is x.
the absolute value of x + iy is equal to (x^2+y^2)^.5 and is the same for the conjugate, x-iy
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.
The absolute value of 19 is 19. If x is positive , absolute x equals x.
First, simplify the equation: absolute (3x-1) = absolute (x+5) absolute (2x) = absolute (6) absolute (x) = absolute (3) which really means plus or minus 3, or, (+/-3) Now you have x = +/- 3, so test out x = 3 and x = -3. Test out x = 3: absolute (3*3-1) = absolute (3+5) absolute (9-1) = absolute (8) ---> absolute 8 = absolute 8 --> 8=8 which is correct! Now test x = -3 absolute (3*(-3)-1) = absolute (-3+5) ---> absolute (-9-1) = absolute (2) absolute (-10) = absolute 2 ---> 10 = 2 Since 10 does not equal 2, this is not a correct answer. Therefore x = 3.
The absolute value of a positive number is the same number - in this case, 1.5. The absolute value of a negative number is the number, without the sign. Note that the absolute value of an expression like (-x) is not necessarily (x); rather, you have to separately consider the case that x is positive, or that x is negative. For example, the absolute value of x is x (if x is positive), or (-x) (if x is negative).
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.
The absolute value of a number is its distance, on the number line, of the number from 0. If x is non-negative, its absolute value is x; and if x is negative then the absolute value is -x (which is positive).
Because absolute value is always positive.
+2 (2 x the absolute value of the charge of an electron).
The absolute value of a number is its distance from zero on a number line. |a| means the absolute value of a. Basically, |5| = |-5| = 5; |x| = |-x| = x, etc.
The absolute value of a number is how many spaces the number is away from 0. So if the number was 32, the absolute value would be 32. And if the number was -54, then the absolute value would be 54. ========== The definition of "absolute value" for a number x (written as |x| ) is: |x| = x for x >0 |x| = 0 for x=0 |x| = -x for x<0
The absolute value of the opposite of x is x. The absolute value is the number's distance from zero on a number line. Distance can not be negative, so basically, to find the absolute value of a number you just need to make it positive. The opposite of x is -x. |-x|=x - you make the x positive Of course, if x, to begin with, represents a negative (less than zero) number than the absolute value would be -x. For example if x=-3, the opposite value of x would be 3 and the absolute value of x would also be 3 which happens to be -x.
The absolute value of any number is the "distance from zero". If the expression is negative, it is converted to positive. The absolute value of x+7 can be either x+7 (if x+7 is positive) or -(x+7) (if x+7 is negative).
the absolute value is the distance a number is from zero. so the absolute value of 8 is 8 and the absolute value of -8 is 8. absolute value sign looks live this |x| where x is a number. so |-8|=8
The opposite of the absolute value of x is always -abs(x).