In this video you will learn about absolute value equations and inequalities. Absolute value is the distance of a number from zero. The symbol is two vertical lines around the number(s) like these: | |
An absolute value equation is enclosed with this symbol. An equation is a mathematical phrase which includes an equal sign. Absolute value inequalities are also enclosed within the same symbol. An inequality is a mathematical phrase which says that values are not equal. Absolute value equations and inequalities must be solved twice but using different methods.
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