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Need help with |x-5|+5<8 show the steps please

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you can start by subtracting 5 from both sides, getting |x-5|<3
sorry i was going to answer but dimbeni looks like he got it! :)
ok thanks xokatexo

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your welcome<3
then you split it in two: when |x-5| >0, it becomes x-5<3, i.e. x-5>0 AND x-5<3 x>5 AND x<8 5
when x-5<=0, it becomes -x+5<3, i.e. x<=5 AND x>2 2
Finally, you join the two sets, getting 2
where did the 8 come from?
first part, when you have x-5<3, add 5 on both sides
oh ok I forgot about the 8
thanks!
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can i have a medal? haha jk you dont have to give me onee!
I gave you one for effort!
omg thanks! my first one!
thanks dimbeni I get it now!!!! your welcome xo :)
xoxx<3
question, how do you write it in interval notation form?

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