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 From: Bill Rowe <readnews at sbcglobal.net>
 Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2012 23:54:00 0400 (EDT)
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On 11/2/12 at 12:45 AM, didi.vela at gmail.com (Dieter Ernst) wrote:
>I have an expression with Abs applied to the entire denominator:
>0.5/Abs[(C * R * omega)/(1 + C * L * omega^2)]
>(Just as an example, the function in Abs could also be another one).
>How can I transform it to an expression with Abs wrapping the entire
>Fraction, such as:
>Abs[0.5/((C * R * omega)/(1 + C * L * omega^2))]
>... and then to:
>Abs[(0.5 * (1 + C * L * omega^2) / (C * R * omega)]]
In[4]:= 0.5/Abs[(C*R*omega)/(1 + C*L*omega^2)] /.
0.5/Abs[b_] :> Abs[Simplify[.5/b]]
Out[4]= Abs[(0.5*C*L*omega^2  0.5)/(C*omega*R)]
Not quite the output you indicated but perhaps close enough?
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