Algebra

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I need help with solving these absolute value inequalities. I have to graph them as well.
y< |x+2|+4
and
y>|x+5|+3
I just don't know what to do without a coefficient in front of the absolute value!

• Algebra -

the coefficient is there. It is 1.

to see the graphs, go to wolframalpha.com and enter

plot y=|x+2|+4 and y=|x+5|+3

you want the area below the blue line and above the purple line.

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