I need to solve the absolute value problem as given above
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abs(2x-7) > 11

abs(2x) > 18

abx(x) > 9

or x>9 & x<-9
answered Oct 5, 2012 by anonymous
make an input/output table for y=2x use 1,2,3,4, and 5 as the input or x values. Then plot the orderd pairs on a coordinate grid.
answered Feb 7, 2013 by anonymous
edited Feb 7, 2013

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