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Solve the absolute value inequality, graph the solution on the
number line, and write the solution in interval notation. To
represent infinity, use (lowercase): inf
10
For example, the interval: (-∞, –-U[3, o0) would be typed
as: (-inf,-10/7]U[3,inf)
If there is no solution, type: dne
|3z 1 > 11
Be sure to graph the solution for practice! You will be expected
to show this on examinations.
{-10/4,4}
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Solve the absolute value inequality, graph the solution on the number line, and write the solution in interval notation. To represent infinity, use (lowercase): inf 10 For example, the interval: (-∞, –-U[3, o0) would be typed as: (-inf,-10/7]U[3,inf) If there is no solution, type: dne |3z 1 > 11 Be sure to graph the solution for practice! You will be expected to show this on examinations. {-10/4,4}

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Step 1

The given inequality is,

Algebra homework question answer, step 1, image 1

Step 2

Applying absolute rule on the above inequality gives,

Algebra homework question answer, step 2, image 1

Step 3

Now obtain the interval for x as follows.

Algebra homework question answer, step 3, image 1

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