Posted by **austin** on Wednesday, January 17, 2007 at 6:34pm.

will anyone explain to me how to solve two step inequalities? it would be most appreciated.

they are called two step inequalities. ill give you an example

-40<5+5x

that makes no sense to me

I dont know :(

SOLVING AN ABSOLUTE INEQUALITY

lET X BE A VARIABLE OR AN ALGEBRATIC EXPRESSION AND LET A BE A REAL NUMBER SUCH A>0.

1. tHE SOLUTION OF [x]<a are all valuesof x that lie between -a and a. Thats is.if [x] < a if and only if -a < x <a.

2 The soluion of [x] > a are all values of x that are less than -a or greater than a. That is [x] > a if and only x<-a or x>a.These rules are also valid if < is replaced by <and > is rep-laced by

>.

area of a circle is 16 pie whats the area of the triangle?

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