solve the equation:
I 2x+6 I =12
sn* thats not a 12 or 61 there are lines in front

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solve the equation:
I 2x+6 I =12
sn* thats not a 12 or 61 there are lines in front

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- anonymous

Solve 2 equations...
2x + 6 = 12 and 2x + 6 = -12

- anonymous

so x = 3 or x = -9

- anonymous

and that is the answer?

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yes

- anonymous

whenever it's absolute value, you have to solve the equation twice.

- anonymous

can i ask you another one?

- anonymous

sure

- anonymous

I 9X-2 I=7

- anonymous

Set up 2 equations....
9x - 2 = 7 and 9x - 2 = -7

- anonymous

an you know there are lines in fornt of the 9 and after the 2 right

- anonymous

so its 7 , -7

- anonymous

No, you have to solve each equation

- anonymous

Add the 2, and then divide by 9 for each equation

- anonymous

Do you know what I mean?

- anonymous

no sorry

- anonymous

You have to solve each equation for x. In order to do that, you first add 2 to both sides.

- anonymous

On the first equation, if you add 2, you would get 9x = 9. Then divide both sides by 9 and that would give you x = 1

- anonymous

If you do that for the other equation, first add 2 to both sides. That would give you 9x = -5. Then divide both sides by 9. x = -5/9

- anonymous

okay i guess i get it alittle i have to practice more i guess

- anonymous

Good luck!

- anonymous

thank you so much :)

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