Absolute Value Inequalities Worksheets

What Are Absolute Value Inequalities? An absolute value inequality has a complete value sign with a variable inside. Absolute Value Equations represent the detachment between x and 0, which is less than the number 2, whereas inequality represents the distance between x and 0, which is higher than the number 2. You can also write an absolute value inequality as a compound inequality. While solving an absolute value inequality, it is necessary to first separate the total value expression from one side of inequality before addressing the inequality. If the number is negative on the other side of the inequality, your equation then either has no solution or all real numbers as solutions. Use the sign of each side of your inequality to help know which of these cases holds. If your problem has a more significant sign, it means that the question says that an absolute value is higher than a number, then set up an "or" compound inequality. (quantity inside absolute value) < (number on other side) OR (quantity inside absolute value) > (number on other side). The same setup is used for a ≥ sign.

National π Day

Do you know when national "pi" day is celebrated in the United States?
On March 14 (3/14), at exactly 1:59 pm. Get it?
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