posted by .

I'm working with absolute values, and for some reason I'm just really stumped by this problem.

I don't see how I can get any number that will make the equation equal 7?

  • algebra -

    also I don't know how to figure this out either, 5|x+7|+14=8

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. math ,hep, plz

    can someone help explain this for me please... Problem #1 What values for x must be excluded in the following fraction?

    Find all positive values for k for which each of the following can be factored. I have 2 problems i think i got the one right but not sure the second one i have no idea where to even start 2x^3+16x^2-40x=2x(x^2+8x-20) (x-2)(x+10)=8x …
  3. Algebra II

    I need some help with some problems as well as need some checked. Could you please help me?
  4. Algebra - College intro

    I'm having trouble learning "Solving systems of equations by graphing". Can you show me how to do the following problem?
  5. Algebra

    Hi. I don't understand how to graph this function. would i make a table of values, or just use the equation, or how would i go about doing this?
  6. 9th Algebra

    Im in 9th grade algebra. and we are learning adding and subtracting real numbers. im stumped on a couple of problems. I get confused when i see the absolute value lines. Does that change the munber?
  7. Maths- Discriminants

    Find the values of k for which the following equations have 2 distinct roots. a)kx^2+kx+2=0 b)kx^2+3k+k=0 c)x^2-2kx+4=0 Im stumped please show working so i can see what needs to be done
  8. Algebra

    I am great at math but for some reason can not wrap my brain around Algebra for the world! Please Help!! Im stumped! Solve using the elimination method. Show your work. If the system has no solution or an infinite number of solutions, …
  9. Calculus

    Find any absolute maximum and minimum and local maximum and minimum for the function f(x)=x^3-4x+5 on the interval [0,5). Make sure to prove that these points are max/min values. THis is what I did. f'(x)=3x^2-4=0 x= +/- 2/sqrt3 -2/sqrt3 …
  10. algebra 1

    a number and its absolute value are equal.if you substract 2 from the number, the new number and its absolute value are not equal. what do you know about the number?

More Similar Questions