We see a lot of abs values in GMAT Practice sets.
Can you draw an example of |x-1| > |x|
I have taken a randon value. This could help to generalise
First of all note that such an inequality will imply a range of values of x where it is true.
Consider the graphs of |x| & |x-1| :
The shaded region is where |x-1| is greater than |x|
So this inequality represents x<0.5
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