To solve absolute value inequalities, start by simplifying the inequality. If the absolute value of \( x \) is greater than a positive number, then \( x \) can be greater than the number or less than its negative. Mathematically, if \( |x| > a \), then \( x > a \) or \( x < -a \). Use these worksheets to enhance your understanding of absolute value.

Example: Solve the absolute value inequality \( |2x - 1| > 5 \).

Algebra 2

Inequalities