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So we have |x|>4. This means when do we have distance from x to 0 being greater than 4?
{x|-4< x< 4} is this it
Well those numbers give you a distance from 0 less than 4.

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> means greater than
not less than
{x|x< -4 or x> 4} so this
Yes the numbers you stated will always give you a distance from 0 being greater than 4.
so that's the answer
Example 1 |5|>4 but here x>4 since x=5 Another example |-5|>4 but there x<-4 since x=-5 Both of your inequalities you wrote include these numbers and infinitely many more that satisfy the inequalities x<-4 or x>4.
so yes or no
Yes or no to what?
{x|x< -4 or x> 4} is this the right answer that I got
I already said yes :p .
o ya sorry
thank you
Np.

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