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A pharmacy claims that the average medication costs $32 but it could differ as much as $8. Write and solve an absolute value inequality to determine the range of medication costs at this pharmacy.

|x − 32| ¡Ý 8; The medication costs range from $24 to $40

|x − 32| ¡Ý 8; The medications cost less than $24 or greater than $40.

|x − 32| ¡Ü 8; The medication costs range from $24 to $40

|x − 32| ¡Ü8; The medications cost less than $24 or greater than $40.

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  1. |x-32| <= 8

    The cost must be within $8 of $32.

    So, what numbers are 8 below and 8 above 32?

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