What is the value of x? If necessary, round your answer to two decimal places.
What is the value of x?
Absolute value of -x is x.
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.
If the reflection is over the x value, the x-value does not change.
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.
That depends what the value of x is.
The answer depends on the value of x, which is not given.
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 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
The domain is the x value
y is a function of x iffor each value of x (in the domain) there is a value of y, andfor each value of y (in the range) there is at most one value of x.
That is how the absolute value is defined. For x < 0 the value of x is negative (by definition). Therefore, the value of negative x is positive (negative of a negative). So abs(x) = -x when x < 0
If a number is not less than zero then that is its absolute value. If a number is less than zero, its negative is its absolute value. So, if |x| denotes the absolute value of x, then |x| = -x for x<0 [since if x<0 then -x>0] and |x| = x for x>= 0
The value of 'x' is 50.
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.
x can have any value in the domain.
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: 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
Do you mean "what is the value of x when 3x - 2x = 15?" in that case, the value of x is 15
The absolute value of 19 is 19. If x is positive , absolute x equals x.
Suppose x is a rational number -x is the [additive] opposite of x.If x 0 so that the absolute value is -x (if x is negative then -x is positive).if x >= 0 then the absolute value is x.
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).
The formula for relative error is:Erel= |x-x*| / |x|, where x is the proper value, and x* an approximate value.