Lesson 22 of 95

Absolute Value Inequalities
Students learn that when solving an absolute value inequality, such as 5 I x + 3 I > 20, the first step is to isolate the absolute value by dividing both sides of the equation by 5 to get I x + 3 I > 4. The next step is to split the equation up into two separate equations in the following  more...
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