In this lesson, we learn how to solve absolute value equations where there is an absolute value expression on each side of the equation. The lesson explains that when the expressions inside the absolute value are equal, we can set them equal to each other, and when they are opposite of each other, we can set one as the opposite of the other. The lesson emphasizes the importance of checking the solutions in the original equation, and concludes with a summary of the different types of absolute value equations covered in the series.
Part 5 of how to solve algebraic linear absolute value equations. Explains algebraically and graphically.
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