# How do you solve #abs(2x+9)=abs(7x-2)#?

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To solve the equation ( |2x + 9| = |7x - 2| ), you need to consider two cases: when ( 2x + 9 ) is positive or zero, and when ( 2x + 9 ) is negative. Then, solve each case separately to find the values of ( x ).

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