Precal, Inequalities involving absolute value

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DIRECTIONS: Express the intercal in terms of an inequality involving absolute value.
PROBLEM: (-4, 4)
MY STEPS:
1: (-4, 4)
2: -4<x<4
3: |x|< 4 MY ANSWER
Is that correct? Is step 3 correct? The only reason that I included that part is becuase it says "Involving absolute value," but I am not sure if that is what the question is really asking. Please advise if you can. Thank you in advance.
 

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hi name_ask17! :wink:

yes, that's fine :smile:

(and step 3 is obvious from step 1, you don't need step 2)​
 
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lol. thanks tiny tim!
 

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