# Absolute Value Inequalities Worksheets

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4. Absolute Value Inequalities

Do you notice the two vertical lines enclosing a value? These vertical lines on either side of the value indicate it is an absolute value, and the comparison operators denote an inequality. An absolute value indicates the distance from 0, and the solutions to the inequality are represented as intervals. One thing that you really need to remember is an absolute value can never be a negative value. Represent each inequality as an interval, use the additive and multiplicative inverse to isolate the variable, and solve the expressions in these free absolute value inequality worksheets.

This set of printable worksheets is ideal for students in high school.

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