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I posted this earlier but it didn't get answered. So I'm posting it again with hopes that, this time, it will be answered.

Please solve for x: |x-6|>7

I got x=6 as a final answer, but that doesn't make sense because 6 is not greater than 7. Please help!! Thanks :) No one has answered this question yet

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