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What is the value of x? (1) |x+2| ≤ 4 (2) x^2 = 36

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What is the value of x?

(1) |x+2| ≤ 4

(2) x^2 = 36


Statement 1: \(-4≤x+2≤4\)

or \(-6≤x≤2\). So there are multiple values of \(x\). Insufficient

Statement 2: \(x=-6\) or \(6\). Again multiple values. Insufficient

Combining 1 & 2 the only common value is \(x=-6\). Sufficient

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The answer is C since x<= 2 or x<=-6 from 1st statement and from 2nd x<= +6 or -6. therefore combining x<= -6.
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