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Solving Absolute Value Equations

Submitted by • April 25, 2013

The absolute value is defined as the value of real number ‘a’ as its distance from zero or origin which is the numerical value with out sign. The absolute value is also known as modulus and it can be denoted by the notation |a|. Absolute value of any number is always positive or zero but never negative.

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