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- Exponent Laws & Logarithm Properties
- Inverse Functions
- Solving a Linear System of Equations
- Least Squares Trendline and Correlation
- Solving a Linear Equation
- Equations of Lines
- Setting Up Linear Models
- Introduction to Exponential & Logarithmic Functions
- One-to-One and Onto Functions
- Domain & Range of Trigonometric Functions
- 1_completethesquare
- 8_solving Linear Inequalities
- Word Problems
- Solving Exponential & Logarithmic Equations
- Simplifying Expressions
- Pythagorean Theorem
- Evaluating Functions
- Rational Equations
- Graphs of Functions
- Applications Involving Exponential Models

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INTRO The absolute value of a number x is the distance from x to 0 on the real number line and is written as x . The absolute value function can be written as a piecewise-defined function. Therefore, when solving absolute value equations, you need to consider 2 cases. The first case considers what happens when x is positive and the second when x is negative. x = x if x 0

x = x if x < 0

SOLVING EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES When solving equations or inequalities that involve absolute value, the following three principles will be useful. Notice that you will be required to solve two separate parts corresponding to two different cases. The first step is to separate the equation or inequality into its two cases and remove the absolute value signs. The second step is to solve the equations or inequalities as usual. If a > 0, then x = a if and only if x = a ;

x < a if and only if a < x < a ; and x > a if and only if x > a or x < a .

Solution:

x 8 = 4 x = 12

or

x 8 = 4 x=4

Solution:

1 < x + 5 6< x

1 < x + 5 < 1

and

x +5 <1 x < 4

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