Solve equation using absolute value inequalities, Algebra

Solve following.

                |3x + 2| < 0

Solution

Now we know that p ≥ 0 and thus can't ever be less than zero. Hence, in this case there is no solution as it is impossible for an absolute value to be strictly less than zero (that means negative).

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