In this video the instructor shows how to solve linear absolute value equations and inequalities. You need to remember basic rules to solve these kind of problems. When the absolute value is equal to a number then the real value of it is equal to either the positive value of that number or negative value of that number. In case the absolute value is less than or equal to a number, then the real value lies in between the positive and negative values of that number. In the third case, if the absolute value is greater than a number, then its real value is either greater than the positive value of that number or is less than the negative value of that number. Now solve the problems using these simple rules. This video shows how to solve linear absolute value equations and inequalities.
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