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simplify ? 11|3 - 6| + 23

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11*3+23 You do the rest
do the modulus first |3-6|=|-3| |-3|=3 11(3)+23
wtf is modulus

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absolute values, modulus same thing |x| is a modulus or absolute value
whats inside the lines
56 is the answer ,bye . lol i have 10 more question's
27 - |-9| - 11
|-9|=
can you do this or not?
not really , and this crap is timed
okay |x|=x |-x|=x so sub in numbers for x |2|=2 |-2|=2 any number in those lines is the positive version of that number so you have the question 27 - |-9| - 11 do |-9| then sub in your value into the original question simplify can you do this?
got it , 7.

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