Posted by **lily** on Friday, November 6, 2009 at 6:54pm.

1.Explain why there is no number that can replace N to make the equation |n| = -1 true.

2. List the integers that can replace N to make the statement -|8| < n < -|-5| true.

I don't really get what am I supposed to do?

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