Unit 07: Linear Equations and Inequalities

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Linear Equations: A linear equation is one unknown variable $x$ is an equation of the form $ax+b=0$, where $a,b\in \mathbb{R}$ and $a\neq 0$.

Radical Equations: When the variable in an equation occurs under a radical, the equation is called radical equation.

Equation Involving Absolute Value: The absolute value of real number $a$ denoted by $|a|$ is defined as $$ |a|=\left\{\begin{matrix} a & \text{if } a\geq 0, \\ -a & \text{if } a<0. \end{matrix}\right. $$ e.g. $|6|=6$, $|0|=0$, $|-3|=3$.

Defining inequalities: Let $a,b$ be real numbers. Then $a$ is greater than $b$ if the difference $a-b>0$ and we denote this order relation by the inequality $a>b$. An equivalent statement is that $b$ is less than $a$, symbolized by $b<a$.


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