Write each compound inequality as an absolute value inequality. To start find the tolerance.
1.2 < or equal to '' a '' less than or equal to 2.4

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1.2\[1.2\le a \le 2.4\]

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I know the answer is

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- anonymous

I dont know what the tolerance is or what you do

- saifoo.khan

Let's not tolerate this question and move on.. :D

- anonymous

hahaha good pun

- anonymous

ima write that on the test lmfao

- saifoo.khan

HAHAHHAHAHAH. Then the teacher will not tolerate too. And give you a zero.

- saifoo.khan

Then you shouldn't tolerate too and slap the teacher in his/her face.. And then the tolerance story never ends. ;)

- Australopithecus

I can probably help you I just don't really want to right now lol

- anonymous

pellet I closed it didnt see people helping

- Australopithecus

\[1.2 \le a \le 2.4\]
so we have this expression

- saifoo.khan

REPOST REPOST!

- Australopithecus

dont repost

- Australopithecus

or do I dont care

- anonymous

ok I wont master Austra

- Australopithecus

Look at the number line
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- Australopithecus

The tolerance of something is just +/- a distance away from a point

- Australopithecus

so just figure out a number that is equal distance from 1.2 and 2.4 and that will be a

- Australopithecus

(1.2+2.4)/2 =1.8
a = 1.8
with a tolerance of +/- 0.6

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if you add 0.6 to 1.8 you get 2.4
if you subtract 0.6 from 1.8 you get 1.2

- Australopithecus

now you just need to construct an absolute value inequality to represent this section of the number line

- Australopithecus

do you follow so far? though

- anonymous

uhhh

- Australopithecus

I'm going to make rice see if you still need my help say so I will brb

- anonymous

ok

- Australopithecus

also if you change your avatar to a girls avatar count on being creeped on hard if you use an attractive girl

- anonymous

hahaha

- anonymous

ok then I kinda understand. Let's say the question is

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- Australopithecus

I'm rusty with absolute values give me a second dont just change the question on me, I just too the average to see what the middle number was inbetween them

- Australopithecus

then I just subtracted that number from 2.4 to find the distance

- Australopithecus

or tolerance rather

- Australopithecus

nvm thats wrong

- anonymous

lol my teacher told me the opposite?

- Australopithecus

yeah your teacher is probably right I'm too lazy to relearn this I have a lot on my plate as it is right now

- anonymous

a - 1.8 < 0.6

- Australopithecus

I might have some notes on absolute value inequalities that might be helpful

- Australopithecus

I recommend looking at their graphs

- Australopithecus

it can really be helpful to figure them out

- Australopithecus

last page talks about absolute value inequalities

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- Australopithecus

you know what domains are right?

- Australopithecus

The chart on the last page is especially helpful for you for these kind of questions btw

- anonymous

no, my head was completely wiped over the summer

- anonymous

'' aliens invaded ''

- Australopithecus

http://www.solving-math-problems.com/math-symbols.html

- Australopithecus

quit complaining you are lucky you even get to go to school :L

- anonymous

Wait what?

- Australopithecus

not to be a jerk.
Anyways I hope this was helpful

- anonymous

Yeah it was I appreciate your time. But what about that comment you just made?

- anonymous

How old are you? your not going to school?

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@Australopithecus

- anonymous

I got to go.. But drop me a message im interested

- Australopithecus

I'm going to school

- Australopithecus

I'm not that old relative to the nation I reside

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