# algebra

A contestant on a game show must guess the price of a new car. The contestant will win if his guess is within \$1000 of the price of the car. If the price of the car is \$24,995 and the contestant's guess is represented by g, what absolute value inequality represents this situation

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1. |g-24995| < 1000
That is, if exactly \$1000 off loses.

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