# Solve 4 + |x| = 4

## Question:

Solve 4 + |x| = 4

## Solving Absolute Value Equations:

An absolute value equation is an equation that contains the variable within absolute value bars. We can solve these types of equations using the rule that if |*C*| = *m*, then *C* = *m* or *C* = -*m*. This rule allows us to get the variable out of the absolute value bars in order to solve for it.

## Answer and Explanation:

Solving the absolute value equation 4 + |*x*| = 4 gives *x* = 0.

To solve this equation, we will use our absolute value rule. We start by isolating the...

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