1-1/5X I=3 *sn there is a line in front of the 1 and behind the 5X

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1-1/5X I=3 *sn there is a line in front of the 1 and behind the 5X

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|-1/5x| = 3 ? like that
yes :)
x = 15 or x = -15 15/5 = 3

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okay so its 15 and -15
yes, since its an absolute value; both are solutions
can i ask another one?
sure
solve the inequality I 4-xI <8 the is a line under the sigh
this sigh <
<= is what that line means with it
okay
4-x <= 8 and -(4-x) <=8 -x <= 4 x <= 12 x >= -4 and x <= 12 your solution interval is [-4,12]
oh okay thanks so much
youre welcome :)

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