Algebra I: Graphing the solution set of an absolute value equations
 This is a free lesson from our course in Algebra I

 In this lesson you will learn how to draw the graph for the solution set of an absolute value equation. It explains how to graph the solution of the absolute value equation on a number line. The absolute value equation must be split into two separate equations, and both equations give different values. For example, |x| = 4, gives x = +4 or x = -4 or solution set {-4, 4}.
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