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Derivative Of Absolute Value

Derivative Of Absolute Value

Submitted by • July 28, 2012 math.tutorvista.com

In absolute values, the value is referring to the distance of a number or point from the origin or zero location of a number line. Geometrically the absolute values of |x| are a real number of x, and it is a geometric value without regard the sign. For example, a number 3 is the absolute values of both 3 and -3. The absolute values are represented by two vertical lines.

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