Algebra
Please help!
x+13 > 8
Solve the absolute value inequalities.
Please, please , PLEASE! and thanks.
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Izzy.

When x> 1, then x+1= x +1 and
x +1 > 11
x > 10
When x < 1, then x+1= x 1 and
x 1 > 8 + 3 = 11
x > 10
x < 10posted by drwls
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