In expressions such as "x-y", both "x" and "y" can have any value. The value of "x-y" will depend on what the value of "x" and the value of "y" are.
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Absolute value of -x is x.
If the reflection is over the x value, the x-value does not change.
the value of x is 3
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.
If an expression is true "for no value" of x, it means that there is no value you can substitute for x to make it true. For example, x=x+1 is true for no value of x, because x is always strictly less than x+1.
That depends what the value of x is.
It depends on the relationship between x and y.
The value of 'x' is 50.
x can have any value in the domain.
The answer depends on the value of x, which is not given.
The domain is the x value
That completely depends on the value of 'x'. Whenever 'x ' changes, the value of (2 + x) instantly changes.
It depents from the value of x.If x>0 then, |x|=xIf x
Do you mean "what is the value of x when 3x - 2x = 15?" in that case, the value of x is 15
The value of x is directly proportional to to the value of y.hence when the value of x increases the value of y decrteses and vice verse
If you mean: 6 = x-1 then the value of x is 7
If you mean: 5x = 10 then the value of x is 2
If you mean: x+y = 30 and the value of y is 15 then the value of x is also 15
The value is 1,000.
It is: x2 = x*x
-if3X-1=11,what is the value of X^2+X?
What is the value of x if (13, 84, x) is a Pythagorean triple?