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Solve for x: |2x + 6| − 4 = 20
Solve for x: |x| − 8 = −5
Step(1):Add 4 to both sides |2x+6|=24 Step(2):Distribute 2x+6=24 ,2x+6=-24 Step(3):Subtract 5 from both sides 2x=18 , 2x=-30 Step(4):Divide By 2 : x=9 , x=-15
i dont get howw to do it
1-Add 8 to both sides |x|=3 2-Distribute x=3 ,x=-3 . __________________ Make Sense ?
but dont u add or take away -5 becuz its smaller
Solve for x: −3|2x + 6| = −12 how wuld u do this
The Aim From Adding And Subtracting Is To get the Absolute Value(modulus) in a side alone and the others in another Side To solve for x ... In Your Equation The Modulus Is Stick with -8 so i added 8 to cancel it and leave the modulus alone .. IF it was |x|-5=8 i will add 5 and so on.... It depend on the Number(s) on the same Side
Now Try To Solve the Question alone ..Show me your work