I'm having issues remembering how to do this.

Ok first of all, I'm not sure how to write absolute value signs on here. And Im also not sure how to write greater/less or equal to inequality signs.

But what I'm trying to figure out is (abs) x + 2 (abs) is greater than or equal to 6.

(and im using the (abs) as the absolute value bars sense i dont know how else to write them)

I know you solve it like this: x+2 greater than or equal to -6, or, x+2 greater than or equal to 6. And you get x is greater than or equal to -8 and x is greater than or equal to 4. So how do i write this in interval notation?

Sorry If ive made it confusing by not being able to properly write this on here.