The abs function calculates online the absolute value of a number.
The absolute value of a real number is equal to that number if it is positive, the opposite of this number if it is negative. The absolute value note abs. With this notation :
With the absolute value calculator, the function abs can calculate the absolute value online of a number.
To calculate the absolute value of a number, just enter the number and to apply the function abs. Thus, for calculating the absolute value of the number -5, you must enter abs(`-5`) or directly -5, if the button abs already appears, the result 5 is returned.
The derivative of the absolute value is equal to :
The antiderivative of the absolute value is equal to abs(x).
The calculator has a solver that allows him to solve a equation with absolute value . The calculations for obtaining the results are detailed, so it will be possible to solve equations like `|x|=2` or like `|2*x+4|=3` or like `|(x^2-1)|=1` with the steps calculations.
The absolute value function is an even function, for every real x, `abs(-x)=abs(x)`. The consequence for the curve representative of the absolute value function is that it admits the axis of the ordinates as axis of symmetry.
abs(x), where x is a number
abs(`-5`) returns 5
The derivative of abs(x) is derivative(`abs(x)`)=`1`
Antiderivative calculator allows to calculate an antiderivative of absolute value function.
An antiderivative of abs(x) is antiderivative(`abs(x)`)=`(x)^2/2`
The limit calculator allows the calculation of limits of the absolute value function.
The limit of abs(x) is limit(`abs(x)`)