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use a number line to show the numbers that are 3 units from -1 on a number line. Then write an absolute value equation to describe the graph.
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Here's an example:
both 1 and 7 are 3 units from 4.
I can write the equation |x-4|=3 to model the situation, since both positive and negative difference are covered by the absolute value function.
didnt the qustion say from -1
so i think its -4 and 2 right???
from the hint you were given
sounds like you are on right track
and how do u write it as an absolute value inequality
look at the hint
you were given an example as a hint, not the answer.
you can work this from the example.
what do you get?
does it have to be subtraction all the time???
when u graph it, do we write it as an inequality or
yes, you are looking at differences
the difference between -1 and x is 3
and when u graph do u need arrows
pointing from -4 and left and 2 and right
is that right
the answers are -4 and 2 so you would puts dots in those numbers, surely?
there is no inequality here, is there?
wait sorry then ur correct
ive been sooo focused on inequalities