jfranciscocuencagI am not talking about the sign of the value I am introducing, I am talking about the absolute value itself.
for example, if we examine |x-3|, it will be always positive because of the absolute sign,
but what is the true value inside???
is it really (x-3) or is it (3-x) --> (both under absolute value will give the same end result, but is |x-3| positive because of itself, or is it negative but the absolute sign converted it?
so when we try a value from the range:
if (x-3) gave us positive (or zero) value, so it was actually (x-3)
if (x-3) gave us negative value, so it is actually (3-x)
I hope it helps
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