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[-2x+1]>2
ok im doin inequalities and the only thing i don't get is if i take the absolute value off the -2x+1 goes to 2x+1 right?

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    << the only thing i don't get is if i take the absolute value off the -2x+1 goes to 2x+1 right?>>
    Wrong. |-2x + 1| becomes 2x-1 IF -2x +1 is less than zero.

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