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what do u mean by 0=x=5 ?? how is that even possible ?

i havent framed the question , it is from the book

hmm interesting , so 0=x=5 has no solution on what i see, unless u have other hypotheses

maybe 0<=x<=5.....

idk where would x goes to :(
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or 0=x=5 means two conditions.
1)x=0
2)x=5
saying that these 2 conditions are the boundaries

so yeah, I guess it would be just a square 5 by 8 units, like ikram drew.

that's weird? a number can't equal two fixed values at once?

yeah that would be the same as 0<=x<=5

well no not the same

i am getting answer as \(80\) from \(x=0\) and \(x=5\) \(|y|\leq 8\)

oh yeah that's correct

area 80 is correct ?

oh no i was replying to ikram

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oh wait my bad sorry :( u said enclosed by the region

then no problem 80 is correct

yesterday i was told that |y|â‰¤a where a is constant other than 0 has 2 inqualities

i don't see how it is 80?

40 -.-

too hungry man @xapproachesinfinity

yeah i know you are :)

lol i m confused about the answer is it 80 or 40

well it thought it was 40
as for 80 i have no idea did you get that!

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is that corrrect

but you |y|>0 already

have*

ohk i see

so is this \(0\leq |y| \leq 8\) equal to \(0\leq y \leq 8\)

by the above interpretation u mean \(0\leq |y| \leq 8\) \(\implies 0\leq y\leq 8\) ?

yeah seems that

looks little strange

yeah why?

@xapproachesinfinity I am not with you!! (-8,8 ) is my choice

How can \(0\leq |y|\leq 8\) turn to \(0\leq y\leq 8\)??

the book answer is given as \(\Large 80\) btw

see my explanation above

lol

hmm i don't see have it is 80?

how *

I saw it, but still think it is invalid

\(0\leq |y|\) is the distracting part. It is ALWAYS.

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yup.

|y|>0 implies y>0 or y<0 mean for any values of y

i'm still not convinced that y is in [-8,8]

if i put a value \(-5\) then it satisfies the criteria for
\(0\leq |y|\leq 8\)

and so is \(-8\)

ok fair enough :)

so u r convinced i think

yes!