Question

# Write the absolute value equations in the form |x-b|=c (where b is a number and c can be either a number or an expression) that has the following solution set all numbers such that x ≤ 5 all numbers such that x ≥ -1.3

Answer

|x-2.35| = 2.65

- Q: What are the restrictions on the value of x? A: The restrictions on the value of x are x ≤ 5 and x ≥ -1.3.
- Q: How can we write these restrictions using absolute value notation? A: These restrictions can be written as |x-2.35| ≤ 2.65.