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6.10: Absolute Value Inequalities

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absolute value If d=|x-a|, then x-a=d OR x-a= -d.
Absolute Value Linear inequalities Absolute value linear inequalities can have one of four forms |ax + b| > c, |ax + b| < c, |ax + b| \ge c, or |ax + b| \le c. Absolute value linear inequalities have two related inequalities. For example for |ax+b|>c, the two related inequalities are ax + b > c and ax + b < -c.

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Feb 24, 2012
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