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2.6 Solving Absolute Value Inequalities Thinking Back: ! =5 means the distance between x and 0 is 5 units. Core Concepts: pay close attention to your signs! \$! + & <( means \$! + & < ( AND \$! + & > −( \$! + & >( means \$! + & > ( OR \$! + & < −( Example 1: Solving Absolute Value Inequalities Solve each inequality. Graph each solution, if possible. a) !+7 <2 b) 8! − 11 <0 Example 2: Solving Absolute Value Inequalities Solve each inequality. a) (−1 ≥5 b) 10 − 1 ≥ −2 c) 4 2! − 5 + 1 > 21

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2.6 Solving Absolute Value Inequalities2.6 Solving Absolute Value Inequalities Thinking Back: ! = 5 means the distance between x and 0 is 5 units. Core Concepts: pay close attention to your signs! \$! + & < ( means \$! + & < ( AND \$! + & > −( \$! + & > ( means \$! + & > ( OR \$! + & < −( Example 1: Solving Absolute Value Inequalities Solve each inequality. Graph each solution, if possible.
a) ! + 7 < 2 b) 8! − 11 < 0 Example 2: Solving Absolute Value Inequalities Solve each inequality.

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