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In $15-26,$ solve each inequality and write the solution set if the variable is an element of the set of integers.$$|5-b|+4<9$$

$b \in(0,10)$

Algebra

Chapter 1

THE INTEGERS

Section 4

Solving Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities

The Integers

Equations and Inequalities

Polynomials

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solved each inequality and write the solution said. If the variable is an element of the state of managers, So the inequality that were given is absolute value of people. Six is less than or equal to five. So what we can do here is that we can split this up into two parts we can make. This beeps of six is less than or equal to five, and it's a B plus. Six is less than or equal to five, and the other part that we could make it is people sticks is greater than or equal to negative five. And so a next step will simply be to evaluate the equation. And so we can subtract six from both sides. To get B is less than or equal to make it a one and Andre inside, we can once against attracts six from both sides. To get B is clearly greater than or equal to negative 11. And so we can. Now we know that the solution set is going to be whatever is in between these two values, while including them too. So we can rewrite this in this notation, which states that the solution set is from negative 11 to negative one for all real imagers

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