Posted by **shino** on Wednesday, September 24, 2008 at 9:11pm.

How do I solve this:

The absolute value of ax+b is less than or equal to c for the terms of x in terms of a, b, and c where a>0 and c>0

-Then they ask:

The absolute value of ax+b is more than or equal to c for the terms of x in terms of a, b, and c where a>0 and c>0

It's the same thing except the second one is more than...

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