anonymous
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how would all numbers less than 7 and greater than -7
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anonymous
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look
anonymous
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Put it on a number line. All the numbers less than 7 and greater than -7 would be 6 to -6.
anonymous
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no it has to be n>7,n<-7 lnl=7 lnl<7 lnl<-7

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idk which one
anonymous
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second to last one. absolute value of n is less than 7.
anonymous
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what?
anonymous
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the absolute value of all the numbers between 7 and -7 are numbers between 7 and 0. That is the absolute value of n right? \[\left| n \right| < 7\]
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thanks :)))

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