How do yu find the AV of |x - 5| = 8
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Originally Posted by xxLOLAxx How do yu find the AV of |x - 5| = 8 Two cases: Case 1: Case 2:
tHANKS. DO YU KNOW HOW TO FIND THE INEQUALITY OF |x| 4
Originally Posted by xxLOLAxx tHANKS. DO YU KNOW HOW TO FIND THE INEQUALITY OF |x| 4 I'm not seeing your picture at all. Can you state the problem?
THE PROBLEM SAYS Solve the inequality. Graph the solution set. |x| 4
Originally Posted by xxLOLAxx THE PROBLEM SAYS Solve the inequality. Graph the solution set. |x| 4 I see the | x | and the 4. I do not see the inequality symbol between them. You can use your keyboard for >, <, >=, <=. Here are the general rules for absolute value inequalities: If |a| > b, then a < -b or a > b. If |a| < b, then -b < a < b.
WHAT ABOUT IN THIS PROBLEM |x + 1| - 4 <= -1
Originally Posted by xxLOLAxx WHAT ABOUT IN THIS PROBLEM |x + 1| - 4 <= -1 First, you would add 4 to both sides. You need to isolate the absolute value part of your inequality. Now, use the rule from my last post that applies. Subtract 1 from each part of the inequality. ------------------------ Solultion set= { } or [-4, 2]
WHAT IF THE PROBLEM IS LIKE THIS |x - 5| = |8 - x|
Originally Posted by xxLOLAxx WHAT IF THE PROBLEM IS LIKE THIS |x - 5| = |8 - x| Square both sides. Then solve for x.
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