anonymous
  • anonymous
The absolute value of a number is always non-negative . a. true b.false ? help please thank u :)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
true
vishal_kothari
  • vishal_kothari
the absolute value of a negative = positive the absolute value of a positive = positive the absolute value is just the number away from zero you are. ex: like, Absolute value of -16 = 16. cuz it's 16 numbers away from zero. Absolute value of 20 = 20, cuz it's 20 numbers away from 0...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, although I wonder if that's axiomatic or if there's some property in abstract algebra that deals with this.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
in the theory of real numbers there is

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