http://i.imgur.com/TdXpCTx.png it says select the "two equations" i dont know what the other one is.

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http://i.imgur.com/TdXpCTx.png it says select the "two equations" i dont know what the other one is.

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modulus requires to positive and negative solutions
so my answers are a and b?

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like |x|<1 means x has solutions x<1 and x<-1
yep neat
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When we have absolute values, we get two solutions, so we have \[-(2x-8)<4 ~~~~\text{and}~~~~(2x-8)<4\]
a and c yeah they did something funny there
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im confused af
haha, \[-(2x-8)<4 \] is also the same as \[2x-8>-4\]
when you divide by a negative we usually switch the sign
perhaps iambatman will give you a clearer explanation
http://i.imgur.com/RJf4aGR.png so those r my answers?
|dw:1444559321606:dw| this is essentially what you need to know when you see absolute values
Yes, your answer looks good! \[(2x-8)<4 \] and we have \[-(2x-8)<4 \implies 2x-8>-4\] remember when we divide by a negative the sign flips.
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