The numerator of f(x) is "|x-3|" - i.e. the absolute value of the term "x-3".
Thus, when "x" is less than 3 then "x-3" is less than zero.
It might help to plug in a few numbers for x:
For instance, if x=1,
x-3 = 1 - 3
= -2
and |-2| = 2
Therefore, |x-3| is
Calculus 3: syllabus
Program and syllabus for summer 2015
Instructor name: Eric TAIEB.
E-mail: [email protected]
Office: I
Office hours: by appointment
Class hours: Tuesday- Thursday: 12:15- 2:30
The objective of this course is to give some notions