3 Ix+3I = Ix-3I+2x

I used the letter (I) and the line for the absolute value. Thanks for your help.

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- Nov 11th 2007, 06:14 PMMathMackAbsolute Value equation
3 Ix+3I = Ix-3I+2x

I used the letter (I) and the line for the absolute value. Thanks for your help. - Nov 11th 2007, 09:46 PMtopsquark
By the way, your keyboard has a key | that is just above the "enter" key. Use that for absolute value.

There are 3 intervals you need to consider:

On the equation reads

On the equation reads

On the equation reads

One, or more, of these equations will give you your solution set.

-Dan - Nov 11th 2007, 09:54 PMMathMack
I'm a little confused, so if I do one of them equations it will give me the answer or what I need for the problem?

- Nov 11th 2007, 10:38 PMtopsquark