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**Absolute Value**

Students enrolling in Calculus AP should be able to work with both absolute value and inequalities. Both of these occur often throughout the course.

The next two sections will review the basics of absolute value and inequalities (Section 4) and Inequality Rules (Section 5), you should know well. There are many opportunities in Calculus where students will work with absolute value and inequalities when working with functions. |

Isaac Newton
By the age of 25 he had revolutionized optics, physics and astronomy |

Updated on 03/21/16 .

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