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@across do you know?
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GiggleSquid Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
nice, how did you get that?
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x+2 <= 3 (x+2) <=3 x2<=3 x<=5 x>=5 and x+2<=3 x<= 1 so 5<=x<=1 thus [5,1]
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with absolut values you must look at both cases one where you take the negative of the inside and one where you dont.
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nice thanks!
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