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    Express a piecewise without the absolute value

    Express as a piecewise function without absolute value symbols.

     f(x) = \mid x-2\mid + 3 \mid x\mid
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    Quote Originally Posted by onemore View Post
    Express as a piecewise function without absolute value symbols.
     f(x) = \mid x-2\mid + 3 \mid x\mid
    There are three pieces
    \left\{ {\begin{array}{ll}<br />
   {?,} & {2 \leqslant x}  \\<br />
   {?,} & {0 \leqslant x < 2}  \\<br />
   {?,} & {x < 0}  \\<br /> <br />
 \end{array} } \right.
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