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Awk
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if i have

|y| = |1-t|

can i remove the absolute value from both sides?

|y| = |1-t|

can i remove the absolute value from both sides?

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beefon1. (y) = (1-t)

2. (y) = -(1-t)

3. -(y) = (1-t)

4. -(y) = -(1-t)

Of course, since 1. is the same as 4. and 2. is the same as 3., you only have to do two equations here.

You end up with y=1-t and y=-(1-t).

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