# Question #5099c

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The absolute value of

For example:

if

otherwise:

if

Your function:

You must take the absolute value of it, i.e.,

Graphically it is represented by a parabola but a parabola in which it is necessary to make POSITIVE all the negative values, so, every time you get a negative you change it into positive.

The shaded area represents the interval of values that were converted from negative to positive:

In the graph below you see the normal function