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1.3

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Transcript of 1.3

Solution

Objectives


Understand the relation between the distance and the absolute value.

Solving absolute value equations and inequalities.

Apply the absolute value to solve radical inequalities.


EXAMPLE 7

EXAMPLE 5

Solution

EXAMPLE 4

Solution


What is the meaning of ??

1-3 Absolute Value in Equations and Inequalities

Precalculus
Math 001

Home work

Page 73 :

8, 12, 14,
18,22, 24, 26, 28,
36, 38,40,46, 57,59,

Discussion point

31) Solve, interpret geometrically, and graph. When applicable, write answers using both inequality notation
and interval notation.

24,29) Write each of the statements as an absolute value equation or inequality.

EXAMPLE 3

Write without the absolute value signs :

d(B,O)=

15) Use the number line shown to find the indicated distances.

The Distance is always positive


Equations and
Inequalities

Chapter 1

Simplify, and write without absolute value
signs. Do not replace radicals with decimal approximations.

1-3 Exercises: page 73

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Example :

Solving Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities
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