i dont understand, i do understand that to get the y by itself you divide by -1 but what are you suspose to do to the other side of the equal sign?
can someone explain how to divid -1 by -|x|+2 properly?
i dont understand, i do understand that to get the y by itself you divide by -1 but what are you suspose to do to the other side of the equal sign?
can someone explain how to divid -1 by -|x|+2 properly?
Or, as sudharaka said, multiply both sides of the equation by -1:
(-1)(-y)= (-1)(-|x|+ 2). The left is, of course, y and on the right you have (-1)(-|x|)+ (-1)(2)= |x|- 2.