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How to Integrate a Modulus Function.?

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1. Set the function inside the absolute value signs to zero and solve for the variable. If the function is x^ - 4, for example, x^2 - 4 = 0. Subtract -4 from both sides to get x^2 = 4. The square root of 4 can be 2 or -2, so the zeros of the function
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when you put acid inside it.
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I would assume it means ? 17 (mod -7) if it's something different it would be 17= ? (mod -7) However the first one seems more rational.
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have you tried using it yet? You can do: ?12 mod 7 =5 12/7 = 1 (with 5 left over)
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