If \(|x+2| \leq 3\), for what values of x, this inequality holds?

Explanation

\(|x+2| \leq 3\) means \(x+2 \leq 3\) or \(x \leq 1\) and also means \(-(x+2) \leq 3\) or \((x+2) \geq-3\) or \(x \geq-5\) . Hence \(-5 \leq x \leq 1\)

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