How do you solve #|2x - 3|+ 4= 3#? Algebra Linear Inequalities and Absolute Value Absolute Value Equations 1 Answer Koekeltje · Shantelle Jun 21, 2018 No solution Explanation: #|2x-3|+4=3# Isolate #|2x-3|# by subtracting #4# from both sides. #|2x-3|=-1# #|2x-3|# cannot equal to a negative number, as the absolute function makes everything positive. Hence, there is no solution. Answer link Related questions How can an absolute value equation have no solution? How can an absolute value equation have one solution? How do you solve absolute value equations? How do you solve #|x - 5| = 10#? How do you solve #8=3+|10y+5|#? How do you solve #8|x+6|=-48#? Can an absolute value equation ever have and infinite amount of solutions? What do you do when you have absolute values on both sides of the equations? How do you solve for m given #|\frac{m}{8}|=1#? How do you solve #3abs(-9 x-7)-2=13#? See all questions in Absolute Value Equations Impact of this question 1045 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License