Students will practice solving absolute value inequalities and representing solutions in interval notation with this coloring activity. There are 10 inequalities total, including many in which the absolute value must be isolated. Students solve the inequality, then circle the answer (written in interval notation) that represents their solution. The answer that they choose will indicate which color to use for each number. They color the infinity symbol using their selected answers.

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