Algebra (urgent!)
posted by Katie .
Find an equivalent inequality with absolute value
#1: 5 < y < 5
#2: x < 4 or 4 < x
I'm not sure at all how to solve this problem. Please walk me through the process.
Thanks!

1) abs y < 5
2) 4 < abs x
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