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March 15th, 2013, 10:46 AM   #1
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Another quick question today. Can anyone help me determine which, if either, of these 2 answers to the modulus are correct?

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Q. How should I express the following? or
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Another quick question today. Can anyone help me determine which, if either, of these 2 answers to the modulus are correct?

Many thanks.

Q. How should I express the following? or
You need to divide the domain into two pieces. . Therefore for x > 6, use x-6 factor, for x < 6, use 6-x.
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Ok. Thanks for checking that.
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