
 Solving Absolute Value Inequalities (Site not responding. Last check: 20071105) 
  When solving absolute value inequalities, you are going to combine techniques used for solving absolute value equations as well as linear inequalities. 
  This means that whatever is in the absolute value symbols needs to be less than 4. 
  In this case, we want the absolute value of x to be larger than 4, so obviously any number larger than 4 will work (5, 6, 7, etc.). 
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