math quick question
posted by KIKSY .
Hi! Thank you for your help~~
What is the absolute value of (3x  6)^2 ?
(i am trying to use this to find the radius of convergence of a power series by the way)..

The expression is always nonnegative, so the absolute value is the same as the expression itself.
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