Type:Interactive, Lesson Plan
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It explains how to split an absolute value equation into two separate equations. An absolute value of an equation must be split into two separate equations to accommodate both the positive and negative potential outcomes. Overall, an equation of the form |x| = a can be split into two equations, which are x = + a and x = –a.
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