Solve.

2|x-2|+6<0

2|x-2|+6<0

Arthur Pratt
2021-12-06
Answered

Solve.

2|x-2|+6<0

2|x-2|+6<0

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zurilomk4

Answered 2021-12-07
Author has **35** answers

Step 1

Subtract 6 from both sides. Then divide by 2.

2|x-2|+6<0

Or, 2|x-2|<-6

Or,$|x-2|<\frac{-6}{2}$

Or, |x-2|<-3

Step 2

Absolute value is greater than equal to 0 always.

So, |x-2|<-3 is impossible

Answer: No solution.

Subtract 6 from both sides. Then divide by 2.

2|x-2|+6<0

Or, 2|x-2|<-6

Or,

Or, |x-2|<-3

Step 2

Absolute value is greater than equal to 0 always.

So, |x-2|<-3 is impossible

Answer: No solution.

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