Mathematics
samsammy28
2015-10-28 21:18:12
Describe the possible values for x and y when ∣x − y ∣ > 0. What does it mean when ∣x − y ∣ = 0? Can ∣x − y ∣ < 0? Explain your reasoning.
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Swerdloff283
2015-10-29 03:14:03

The possible values for | x-y | > 0 is any number above 0. x must be greater than y. When | x-y | = 0, That means that x and y are equal to each other. | x-y | can not be less than 0, but it can equal 0. Hope that this helped!

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