# How do you graph and solve # abs(x + 4)<= -3#?

##### 1 Answer

There are no solutions in

#### Explanation:

So, let's start with graphing.

The graph of

graph{|x| [-10.21, 9.79, -2.76, 7.24]}

It has the "peak" at

To graph

so the whole graph is basically shifted

graph{|x+4| [-10.21, 9.79, -2.76, 7.24]}

Now, the graphical representation of the inequality

So, in my image those would be all the intervals where the blue graph is below the purple one.

As you can see, there are none, since the absolute value of any real number is always