Solve absolute value inequality : abs(x + 3) <= 4

shadsiei 2020-11-20 Answered
Solve absolute value inequality : |x+3|4
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opsadnojD
Answered 2020-11-21 Author has 95 answers
Step 1
the given absolute value inequality is:
|x+3|4
we have to solve the given inequality.
Step 2
the given absolute value inequality is |x+3|4
as we know that if |x|a then x[a,a] or axa
therefore,
|x+3|4
then,
4x+34
43x+3343
7x1
therefore we have x[7,1]
therefore the solution of the given absolute value inequality is x[7,1]
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