# How do you solve abs(6x+5)<-1?

Consider what the absolute value function $| x |$ actually does. Regardless of the sign of $x$, $| x |$ is always greater than or equal to 0.
Now, the inequality wants us to find all values of $x$ such that $| 6 x + 5 | < - 1$, but $| 6 x + 5 | \ge 0$ for all $x$.