Posted by Cassie on Friday, August 23, 2013 at 12:02am.
Please help me graph this
Absolute value x+1 inside absolute brackets 3<4
Where would this be on a graph line?

Algebrahelp please  Steve, Friday, August 23, 2013 at 12:24am
Not clear just what you mean, but if it's
x+1  3 < 3
x+1 < 6
Then either x+1 >= 0 (x >= 1) and
x+1 < 6
x < 5
or x+1 < 0 (x < 1) and
(x+1) < 6
x < 7
x > 7
So, we have
7 < x < 1 or 1<=x<5
that is,
7 < x < 5

Algebrahelp please  Cassie, Friday, August 23, 2013 at 12:45am
original problem was <4 at the end not <3....thanks for your help...It was hard to explain.

Algebrahelp please  Steve, Friday, August 23, 2013 at 4:23am
Oops. My bad. Make the change and solve again. The key is to solve for the two cases where the expression in  is positive or negative.
Answer This Question
Related Questions
 Algebra  I think I am a little bit confused with this absolute value thing. ...
 Algebra  Pretend the parentheses are absolute value bars. What is the graph of ...
 math !!!!!!please part of a major grade!!!!!!  when in the absolute value of x ...
 Algebra  Right now we are learning about absolute value inequalities. I have to...
 math, help  For the following set, which number has the largest absolute value...
 Math  Can someone please help me with an algebra problem? 48b=12 I really ...
 Algebra(please help ASAP!)  This is a little difficult... Graph the Function y=...
 Math(check)  1)Find the range of the relation [(1,4)},(2,5),(3,5)}.Then ...
 Algebra  I need help with solving these absolute value inequalities. I have to ...
 Algebra 2 Translations  Describe how the graph of y= absolute value changes ...
More Related Questions