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If |p−6|+p=6, which of the following must be true?

A. p=0
B. p=-6
C. p=6
D. p>-6
E. p<=6


Bunuel-Can you please explain! and Can we write |p−6| as (p-6) and -(p-6)( I mean when modulus is withdrawn) ?
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If |p−6|+p=6, which of the following must be true?

A. p=0
B. p=-6
C. p=6
D. p>-6
E. p<=6


Bunuel-Can you please explain! and Can we write |p−6|= (p-6) and -(p-6)?


\(|p-6|+p=6\) --> \(|p-6|=6-p\) --> \(|p-6|=-(p-6)\).

\(|x|=-x\) means, that \(x\leq{0}\). So, \(p-6\leq{0}\) --> \(p\leq{6}\).

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Bunuel-Can we write |p−6| as (p-6) and -(p-6)( I mean when modulus is withdrawn) ?


When \(p\leq{6}\), then \(|p-6|=-(p-6)=6-p\).
When \(p\geq{6}\), then \(|p-6|=p-6\).


So, only 6 satisfies both |p−6|= (p-6) and |p−6|=-(p-6)

Then why the answer is not ONLY 6 for the above qs?
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Bunuel-Can we write |p−6| as (p-6) and -(p-6)( I mean when modulus is withdrawn) ?


When \(p\leq{6}\), then \(|p-6|=-(p-6)=6-p\).
When \(p\geq{6}\), then \(|p-6|=p-6\).


So, only 6 satisfies both |p−6|= (p-6) and -(p-6)

Then why the answer is not 6 for the above qs?


These are not simultaneous equations.

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Since given that \(|p-6|=-(p-6)=6-p\), then \(p\leq{6}\).
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Ah! got it... :) so the question itself already limits the scope of modulus.

Is it below 700 qs?

BTW,don't get the "If....If...." part in your above reply ! :o
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Ah! got it... :) so the question itself already limits the scope of modulus.

Is it below 700 qs?

BTW,don't get the highlighted part in your above reply ! :o


I think it's a sub-600 question, because it's about basic property (definition) of absolute value:

When \(x\leq{0}\) then \(|x|=-x\), or more generally when \(some \ expression\leq{0}\) then \(|some \ expression|={-(some \ expression)}\).

When \(x\geq{0}\) then \(|x|=x\), or more generally when \(some \ expression\geq{0}\) then \(|some \ expression|={some \ expression}\).

P.S. What highlighted part?
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If |p−6|+p=6, which of the following must be true?

There are two ways to solve, one of which is to just pick numbers.

The other way:
|p-6|+p=6
|p-6| = 6-p
|p-6| = -(p-6)
|x| = -x (i.e. the value inside the absolute value bars is negative)
So, (p-6) is negative when p≤6

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A. p=0
B. p=-6
C. p=6
D. p>-6
E. p<=6
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without plugging in numbers, how would you know that this |p-6| = -(p-6) would be p<=6 and not just p<6?
the way i'm solving it, this |x| = -x condition would be met when (p-6)<0 and therefore -(p-6)<0 yields p<6. but why also p=6?

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without plugging in numbers, how would you know that this |p-6| = -(p-6) would be p<=6 and not just p<6?
the way i'm solving it, this |x| = -x condition would be met when (p-6)<0 and therefore -(p-6)<0 yields p<6. but why also p=6?

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Because when \(x\leq{0}\) then \(|x|=-x\), or more generally when \(some \ expression\leq{0}\) then \(|some \ expression|={-(some \ expression)}\).

We have \(|p-6|=-(p-6)\), thus \(p-6\leq{0}\) --> \(p\leq{6}\).
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Why can't we (or how would we know not to) solve in the following manor:

If |p−6|+p=6, which of the following must be true?

|p−6|+p=6
p≥6
p-6+p=6
p=6

p<6
-(p-6)+p=6
-p+6+p=6
6=6

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Why can't we (or how would we know not to) solve in the following manor:

If |p−6|+p=6, which of the following must be true?

|p−6|+p=6
p≥6
p-6+p=6
p=6

p<6
-(p-6)+p=6
-p+6+p=6
6=6

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Actually we can. You got the correct result.

When p<6, you got that the equation holds for any value of p.
When p≥6, you got that the equation holds for p=6.

So, the equation holds for p<6 and p=6 --> p<=6.

Hope it's clear.
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So, the equation holds for p<6 and p=6 --> p<=6.

Hope it's clear.


because for p<6 and p≥6 the intersection is p ≤6, correct?
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If |p−6|+p=6, which of the following must be true?

A. p=0
B. p=-6
C. p=6
D. p>-6
E. p<=6


Bunuel-Can you please explain! and Can we write |p−6|= (p-6) and -(p-6)?


\(|p-6|+p=6\) --> \(|p-6|=6-p\) --> \(|p-6|=-(p-6)\).

\(|x|=-x\) means, that \(x\leq{0}\). So, \(p-6\leq{0}\) --> \(p\leq{6}\).

Answer: E.


Dear Bunuel,

if you substitute p=0 in the given equation then also you get LHS=RHS.

am i missing out anything here?
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Bunuel wrote:
debayan222 wrote:
If |p−6|+p=6, which of the following must be true?

A. p=0
B. p=-6
C. p=6
D. p>-6
E. p<=6


Bunuel-Can you please explain! and Can we write |p−6|= (p-6) and -(p-6)?


\(|p-6|+p=6\) --> \(|p-6|=6-p\) --> \(|p-6|=-(p-6)\).

\(|x|=-x\) means, that \(x\leq{0}\). So, \(p-6\leq{0}\) --> \(p\leq{6}\).

Answer: E.


Dear Bunuel,

if you substitute p=0 in the given equation then also you get LHS=RHS.

am i missing out anything here?


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Hi Bunuel,

if we substitute p=0 then the answer must be 6. There can be no other answer right?
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