Thanks! I realized I had a computation error, thus seeming like I took an "illegal step".Can you explain what you mean by "my two solutions"? Do you think both of these are correct answers, or that the answer consists of both combined by "or" or "and", or something else?
Also, can you show how you got them?
The correct answer is that the inequality is true for all real numbers, but the inequality |y-2| + 11 > 0 is not inherently equivalent to |y| > -9. I think you took an illegal step. The important part of answering your question will be to correct your work.
Please think about the following:So I have the problem |y-2| + 11 > 0, and I got, for my two solutions, |y| > -9 (which would mean all real numbers are true) and |y| < 13. How would I display my answer?
It will still be good to show your work, because I think there's more than just a wrong addition. Your result should not have looked anything like what you wrote. At the very least, you wrote absolute values where they should not have been.Thanks! I realized I had a computation error, thus seeming like I took an "illegal step".