## Algebra 1 Tutorial

*Simplify absolute value expressions.*

#### Sample Problem

#### Solution

Given the expression

|x – 2| – 4|-6|

If x < ;2 then x - 2 < 2 and if x - 2 < 2 the |x - 2| = -(x - 2). Substitute |x - 2| by -(x - 2) and |-6| by 6 . |x - 2| - 4|-6| = -(x - 2) -4(6) = -x -22

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