If u is an algebraic expression and c is a positive number,1. The solutions of |u| < c are the numbers that satisfy

texelaare 2020-11-14 Answered

If u is an algebraic expression and c is a positive number,
1. The solutions of |u|<c are the numbers that satisfyc<u<c.
2. The solutions of |u|>c are the numbers that satisfyu<c or u<c.
These rules are valid if < is replaced be and > is replaced by

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Answered 2020-11-15 Author has 90 answers
1. Each of them gives rise to two inequalities.
2. Hence, you need to solve two inequalities in each case.
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