# How do you solve #abs(x+4)<0#?

You don't need to salve it. It is easily impossible. This is because an absolute value can't be less than zero!

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The absolute value of any real number is always non-negative. Thus, the absolute value of any expression will never be less than zero. Therefore, the inequality (|x + 4| < 0) has no solution.

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The inequality ( |x + 4| < 0 ) has no solutions because the absolute value of any real number is always non-negative. Therefore, there are no values of ( x ) that satisfy the inequality.

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