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Linear Inequalities and Absolute Value Inequalities

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1. Express each interval in set-builder notation and graph the interval on a number line: (Similar to p.185 #4)

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2. Express each interval in set-builder notation and graph the interval on a number line: (Similar to p.185 #12)

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3. Use graphs to find each set: (Similar to p.185 #16-26)

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4. Use graphs to find each set: (Similar to p.185 #16-26)

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5. In all exercises, other than the empty set, use interval notation to express solution sets and graph each solution set on a number line. (Similar to p.185 #28)

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6. In all exercises, other than the empty set, use interval notation to express solution sets and graph each solution set on a number line. (Similar to p.185 #34)

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7. In all exercises, other than the empty set, use interval notation to express solution sets and graph each solution set on a number line. (Similar to p.185 #38)

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8. In all exercises, other than the empty set, use interval notation to express solution sets and graph each solution set on a number line. (Similar to p.185 #46)

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9. Solve each compound inequality: (Similar to p.185 #56)

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10. Solve each absolute value inequality: (Similar to p.186 #64)

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11. Solve each absolute value inequality: (Similar to p.186 #74)

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12. Solve each absolute value inequality: (Similar to p.186 #82)

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13. Solve each absolute value inequality: (Similar to p.186 #90)

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14. Solve each absolute value inequality: (Similar to p.186 #92)

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15. Solve each absolute value inequality: (Similar to p.186 #94)

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