How do you solve #abs(x)>=5#?
To solve the inequality ( x \geq 5 ), you need to consider two cases:

When ( x \geq 0 ): In this case, the inequality becomes ( x \geq 5 ).

When ( x < 0 ): In this case, the inequality becomes ( x \geq 5 ), which simplifies to ( x \leq 5 ).
Combining both cases, the solution is ( x \leq 5 ) or ( x \geq 5 ).
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