Posted by **Anonymous** on Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at 10:55pm.

Solve each equation. Rewrite the equation as two cases.

1). The absolute value of x - 2 minus 3 equals 5.

A: I know one of the solutions is 10. However, I do not believe there is a second solution.

2). The absolute value of x + 7 increased by 2 = 10.

A: I know one of the solutions is 1. However, I am uncertain of what the other is.

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