# How do you evaluate #6(abs(x+y))# when x=1, y=1?

To evaluate the expression, substitute x = 1 and y = 1 in for x and y in the expression.

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To evaluate the expression 6(abs(x+y)) when x=1 and y=1, you first substitute the given values of x and y into the expression:

6(abs(1+1))

Then, you simplify the expression inside the absolute value function:

6(abs(2))

Since the absolute value of 2 is simply 2:

6(2)

Finally, you multiply 6 by 2:

6 * 2 = 12

So, when x=1 and y=1, the value of 6(abs(x+y)) is 12.

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