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Rules for Absolute Value: Step 1: Get Absolute Value by itself. Step 2: Check to make sure it equals a positive number - if it isn't, stop here: no solution Step 3: Set up 2 equations Step 4: Solve both equations...

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Rules for Absolute Value: Step 1: Get Absolute Value by itself. Step 2: Check to make sure it equals a positive number - if it isn't, stop here: no solution Step 3: Set up 2 equations Step 4: Solve both equations...

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Rules for Absolute Value: Step 1: Get Absolute Value by itself. Step 2: Check to make sure it equals a positive number - if it isn't, stop here: no solution Step 3: Set up 2 equations Step 4: Solve both equations...

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Use the order of operations to solve this problem. Remember - start by finding the groups you need to deal with. Those are anything INSIDE ( )'s or anything in an absolute value. You then look for exponents, then multiplication and division, and final...

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Use the order of operations to solve this problem. Remember - start by finding the groups you need to deal with. Those are anything INSIDE ( )'s or anything in an absolute value. You then look for exponents, then multiplication and division, and final...

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The Kansas Basketball Team travels to Lucerne Switzerland on the first leg of its European Tour. Narrated by: Wayne Simien Created by: Jeff Forbes Put your shoes on and subscribe!...

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