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When solving absolute value inqualities, if it's less than it's "and", if it's greater than it's "or". what about less than or equal to or greater than or equal to?

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    A ≤ B is that A is less than or equal to B, which is complement to A > B.

    A ≥ B is that A is greater than or equal to B, which is the complement to B > A.

    It cannot be both equal to and either less than or more than any value.

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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    thank you!

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