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Give a unique example of each:
An absolute value equation with two solutions
An absolute value equation with one solution
An absolute value equation with no solutions
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Give a unique example of each: An absolute value equation with two solutions An absolute value equation with one solution An absolute value equation with no solutions
 one year ago
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 x + 3 = 11 ( 2solutions) you need to solve x + 3 = 11 and x + 3 =  11  x + 3  = 0 ( 1 solution) you need to solve x + 3 = 0 x + 3 = 10 ( no solutions) this is because absolute value will always return a value greater than or equal to zero...
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