If x = -|x|, then which of the following statements are true?
A. I and III
B. III only
C. I,II and III
D. II only
for x=0, -|0|=0 isn't it?
for x<0, -|-1| = -|1|=-1.
I thought it was both I and II but obviously that's not the answer... so help!
I think it would be II. only?
It's obviously not true for x>0, and it is true for x<0...
For x=0, I guess technically you could say it's not true because you can't take the 'negative' of 0?
Hope that helps!
Yeah I its just one more those ambiguous problems.. Case closed!
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