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# Find G. |G|=sqrt|G

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19 Jun 2003, 00:40
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Find G.

|G|=–sqrt|G|
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20 Jun 2003, 12:40
why don't you solve this ones lying downward the forum?
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26 Jun 2003, 06:11
The two graphs only meet at G=0

|G| only has positive values and -sqrt|G| only has negative values, and both are 0 at G=0
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26 Jun 2003, 22:33
how can a mod be <=0? Only and only when it itself is 0.
G=0
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