Write an absolute value equation that has solutions of -3 and 11.

vestirme4 2020-11-08 Answered
Write an absolute value equation that has solutions of -3 and 11.
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Nola Robson
Answered 2020-11-09 Author has 94 answers
Step 1
The absolute value equation has solution of -3 is,
|x+3|=0
Now the solution is.
|x+3|=0
(x+3)=0 and x+3=0
x3=0 and x=3
x=3 and x=3
x=3 and x=3
In both case the solution is -3
Step 2
The absolute value equation has solution of 11 is,
|x11|=0
Now the solution is.
|x11|=0
(x11)=0 and x11=0
x+11=0 and x=11
x=11 and x=11
x=11 andx=11
In both case the solution is 11.
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