- \(| x | ≥ 3\) means all numbers 3 or more away from 0.

\(x ≥ 3\) or \(x ≤-3\)

- All values of \(x\) excluding 0.

- \(-2 < x < 2\)

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# LINR 2 | Lesson 2 | Try This! (Absolute Value Inequalities) Solutions

**Go to Practice (Mixed Review)**

- \(| x | ≥ 3\) means all numbers 3 or more away from 0.

\(x ≥ 3\) or \(x ≤-3\)

- All values of \(x\) excluding 0.

- \(-2 < x < 2\)

For more on Absolute Value go to desmos

Return to Try This! Absolute Value Inequalities.

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