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misswiss123

  • 2 years ago

Evaluate the expression |2x + 1| when x = 3/2

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  1. exploringphysics
    • 2 years ago
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    4

  2. Yahoo!
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    Just Put x=3/2 in the equation

  3. misswiss123
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    4 1/2?

  4. cbrennan123
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    you put 2(3/2) which is 3 and the you do 3+1. I hoped that helped

  5. hba
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    |dw:1356364514241:dw|

  6. misswiss123
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    3/4?

  7. hba
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    Well we just have to add now.|dw:1356364640485:dw|

  8. misswiss123
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    23

  9. misswiss123
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    I'm sorry I'm really awful at math lol

  10. hba
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    I think you are confused let me show you with latex. \[\left| 2x+1 \right|\]\[\left| 2(\frac{ 3 }{ 2 })+1 \right|\]\[\left| \cancel 2\ (\frac{ 3 }{ \cancel 2 })+1 \right|\] \[\left| 3+1 \right|\]\[\left| 4 \right|\] or 4

  11. hba
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    @misswiss123 got it ?

  12. misswiss123
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    Oh I had put 4 1/2 so it would just be 4 right?

  13. hba
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    Yeah right :)

  14. misswiss123
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    Thank you ! ^.^

  15. hba
    • 2 years ago
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    I guess you need to practice. practice makes perfect :)

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