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i plug this one in calculator and got 5 as final answer

That looks right.

alright cool :D

umm why over 5 ?
isn't it over -2/3 ?

so basictly anything negative inside the absolute value will turn into positive ?

Yep!

and once u turn the negative into positive then the absolute value sign goes away ?

In this case, yes.

what about h(3a) ?

hmm ? what ? lol

If \[a \ge 0\]then\[h(3a)=5\]and if\[a < 0\]then\[h(3a)=-5\]

i see

what do i have to do to know if a>0 ?

how did you get h(3a)= 5 ?
do you just cancel out the 3a ?

Yeah.\[5\frac{3a}{3a}=5\]

oh i see

so if it was h(a-2)
would the final answer be 5 anyway ?

Either 5 or -5, depending on a.

ok!

gtg now, thanks again for helping me Aylin :)