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  1. jiteshmeghwal9
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    @aceace post the question :)

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    Represent the solutions sets of the following equation on a number line...\[\left| x+3 \right| > 1\] and \[\left| 2x + 5 \right| < 3\]

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  3. jiteshmeghwal9
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    |a| = -a if a<0 |a| = a if a>0 so solve (x+3)>1 & -(x+3)>1 (2x+5)<3 & -(2x+5)<3

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  4. jiteshmeghwal9
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    Do u gt it @aceace ??

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    yes but i got x>-2 , x<-4 and x<-1 , x>-4 but the answers are different

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  6. aceace
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    Could you do it step by step for me?

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  7. nubeer
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    hmm.. so what are the answers? @aceace

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    they are -2<x<-1

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    these are absolutely, what u got x>-2 , x<-4 and x<-1 , x>-4

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    now 'AND' means the common region between them what is common from x>-2 , x<-4 and x<-1 , x>-4 ?

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    x>-2 , x<-4 |dw:1352542195310:dw|

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    x<-1 , x>-4 |dw:1352542254504:dw| so whats the common region ?

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    |dw:1352542362156:dw|

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  14. hartnn
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    -2<x<-1

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  15. hartnn
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    ask if there are still any doubts anywhere @aceace

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    i fully understand now... thanks

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  17. hartnn
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    welcome ^_^

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