Numbers e & π...3

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    nycmathguy

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    How is this absolute value equation done?

    | e - πx | = 100
     
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    | e - πx | = 100

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    e - πx = 100
    e - 100= πx
    x= (e - 100)/π

    -(e - πx ) = 100
    -e + πx = 100
    πx = 100 +e
    x = (100 +e)/π
     
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    I see that it is done the way as any other absolute value equation. Where did the radical come from?
     
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