In this lesson, we learn how to solve and graph a two-step absolute value inequality. We start by rewriting the inequality as two separate equations and then solve them individually. After finding our solutions, we plot them on a number line and indicate which values are greater than or less than our solutions using open circles. This lesson provides a clear step-by-step process for solving and graphing absolute value inequalities.
Solving and graphing a two step absolute value inequality
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Questions answered by this video:
How do I solve an inequality with an absolute value sign?
How do I graph inequalities on a number line?
How do I solve and graph |3x-4|>10 on a number line?
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This lesson shows how to solve an inequality with an absolute value in it, and then it shows how to graph it on a number line.