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Find the absolute value and the opposite of the integer. –179 A. The absolute value is –179 and the opposite is –179. B. The absolute value is –179 and the opposite is 179. C. The absolute value is 179 and the opposite is –179. D. The absolute value is 179 and the opposite is 179.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    PLZ HELP

  2. anonymous
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    HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP!!!!!!!!

  3. adovbush
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    ok ok what unit and lesson is this in k12? i did this test :)

  4. anonymous
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    its unit 2 lesson 9 :)

  5. adovbush
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    ok wait a minute

  6. anonymous
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    question 1

  7. adovbush
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    D. The absolute value is 179 and the opposite is 179.

  8. anonymous
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    thx

  9. adovbush
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    :)

  10. anonymous
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    Find the absolute value and the opposite of the integer. 1534 A. The absolute value is 1534 and the opposite is –1534. B. The absolute value is –1534 and the opposite is –1534. C. The absolute value is –1534 and the opposite is 1534. D. The absolute value is 1534 and the opposite is 1534.

  11. adovbush
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    nope, i dont have same question

  12. anonymous
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    ????

  13. adovbush
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    I GUESS ITS B

  14. adovbush
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    sorry caps

  15. anonymous
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    ok

  16. SolomonZelman
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    `NOTATION:` Absolute value of x is denoted by |x|. `EXAMPLE:` THere are two facts for you to consider: |80| =80 |-80|=80 The length from 80 to 0 is the absolute value of 80. This length from 80 to 0 is equal to 80, and so |80|=80. The length from -80 to 0 is the absolute value of -80. This length from -80 to 0 is equal to 80, and so |-80|=80.

  17. anonymous
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    What is the distance between these two points on a number line? –93 and 114 A. –207 B. –21 C. 21 D. 207

  18. adovbush
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    That name is worth 3000 MEDALS!

  19. anonymous
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    what?

  20. adovbush
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    D. 207

  21. SolomonZelman
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    (1) Distance from -93 to 0. AND (2) Distance from 0 to 114. Then, distance from -93 to 114 is the sum of the first two distance.

  22. SolomonZelman
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    first two distances*

  23. anonymous
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    ok

  24. anonymous
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    your

  25. anonymous
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    oops

  26. anonymous
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    Which points are 24 units from the point located at –51 on a number line? A. –75 and 75 B. –75 and –27 C. –27 and 27 D. –27 and 75

  27. SolomonZelman
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    lets rephrase the question: Which points are "a" units way from point located at C on a number line? These 2 points would be: C-a and C+a

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