## AcidRa1n 3 years ago 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

1. AcidRa1n

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

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4. AcidRa1n

I dont know what the tolerance is or what you do

5. saifoo.khan

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

6. AcidRa1n

hahaha good pun

7. AcidRa1n

ima write that on the test lmfao

8. saifoo.khan

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

9. saifoo.khan

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

10. Australopithecus

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

11. AcidRa1n

pellet I closed it didnt see people helping

12. Australopithecus

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

13. saifoo.khan

REPOST REPOST!

14. Australopithecus

dont repost

15. Australopithecus

or do I dont care

16. AcidRa1n

ok I wont master Austra

17. Australopithecus

Look at the number line |dw:1347241091756:dw|

18. Australopithecus

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

19. Australopithecus

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

20. Australopithecus

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

21. Australopithecus

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

22. Australopithecus

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

23. Australopithecus

do you follow so far? though

24. AcidRa1n

uhhh

25. Australopithecus

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

26. AcidRa1n

ok

27. Australopithecus

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

28. AcidRa1n

hahaha

29. AcidRa1n

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

30. AcidRa1n

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31. 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

32. Australopithecus

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

33. Australopithecus

or tolerance rather

34. Australopithecus

nvm thats wrong

35. AcidRa1n

lol my teacher told me the opposite?

36. 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

37. AcidRa1n

a - 1.8 < 0.6

38. Australopithecus

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

39. Australopithecus

I recommend looking at their graphs

40. Australopithecus

it can really be helpful to figure them out

41. Australopithecus

last page talks about absolute value inequalities

42. Australopithecus

you know what domains are right?

43. Australopithecus

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

44. AcidRa1n

no, my head was completely wiped over the summer

45. AcidRa1n

46. Australopithecus
47. Australopithecus

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

48. AcidRa1n

Wait what?

49. Australopithecus

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

50. AcidRa1n

51. AcidRa1n

How old are you? your not going to school?

52. AcidRa1n

@Australopithecus

53. AcidRa1n

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

54. Australopithecus

I'm going to school

55. Australopithecus

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