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(Section 0.12: Solving Inequalities) 0.12.3 PART C: SOLVING ABSOLUTE VALUE INEQUALITIES Solving Absolute Value Inequalities If d > 0 , then: x < d ±² d < x < d , and x ± d ²³ d ± x ± d . Also, x > d ± x > d or x < ² d () , and x ± d ² x ± d or x ³´ d () . TIP 1 : It may help to think of x as the distance between x and 0 on the real number line. • For example, x < 1 ±² 1 < x < 1 . The solution set is ± 1, 1 () . It is the set of numbers that lie
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Unformatted text preview: strictly within one unit of 0 on the real number line. Also, x &gt; 1 x &gt; 1 or x &lt; 1 ( ) . The solution set is , 1 ( ) 1, ( ) . It is the set of numbers that are further than one unit from 0 on the real number line. This method can be extended to u , where u is an expression in x or some other variable....
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