Please help! algebra 2

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i think my main problem is that i don't understand the question but my friend tried explaining it and i didn't really get it ( i think its 2)
What is the absolute value of the product of the solutions of the equation below?
(x+2)^2=16

  • Please help! algebra 2 -

    the solutions :
    x+2 = +/- 4
    so x = 2 or -6

    the product of those solutions is -12
    and the absolute value of that product would then be 12

  • Please help! algebra 2 -

    thanks

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