In this lesson, we learn how to solve algebraic linear absolute value equations both algebraically and graphically. We focus on three cases: when k is less than zero, k is equal to zero, and k is greater than zero. We also learn to avoid two classic mistakes: forgetting to isolate the absolute value sign and solving only one equation and putting a minus sign for the other answer. By following these steps, we can confidently solve absolute value equations and check our answers.
Part 3 of how to solve algebraic linear absolute value equations. Explains algebraically and graphically.
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