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How many real solutions are there? What are they?
x^2–3|x|+2=0
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4. X=2, -2 and +1, -1.

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1. (x-2)(x-1)=0
2. (x+2)(x+1) =0
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Hey venksune, from the last post you had, you slept only 5.5 hours? Remember that you need a good 8 hour sleep before the exam :wow
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OA is 4 {-2, -1, 1, 2}
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