algebra  absolute value
posted by Tracey .
i'm doing absolute value in open sentences and then graphing them. how would you solve t4 > t4 ?

it could be a no solution answer??

+(t4) > t4
0>0 , no solution
or
(t4) > t4
t+4 >t4
2t > 8
t < 4
check with some numbers
t = 1 , which is less than 4
14 > 14
3 > 3 , YUP
t = 50 , which is less than 4
504 > 50  4
54 > 54 , YUP
let t = 6 , which is greater than 4
64 > 64
2 > 2 , no, as it should be
looks like t > 4 is my solution