absolute value sign
posted by Skye .
Hi.
for a square root equation with variables such as x or y, when do u need the absolute value sign?
Im kinda confused and my teacher didn't go over it.
Help please?
thanks
skye!

Unless otherwise directed, I would not use the absolute value sign.
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