No. The absolute value of a number is always positive, or zero. The way the absolute value is defined, it can never be negative.

No. The absolute value of a number is always positive, or zero. The way the absolute value is defined, it can never be negative.

No. The absolute value of a number is always positive, or zero. The way the absolute value is defined, it can never be negative.

No. The absolute value of a number is always positive, or zero. The way the absolute value is defined, it can never be negative.

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Q: Can the absolute value of a number be both positive and negative Explain?

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No it is not true. The absolute value of a number is simply the value of the number with a positive sign.

No. The absolute value of a number is the value of the number ignoring the sign - it is always positive: The absolute value of a negative number is a positive number; The absolute value of a positive number is a positive number.

It is a negative if the negative number has the higher absolute value and positive if the positive number has the higher absolute value.

Positive plus positive is positive. Negative plus negative is negative. Positive plus negative is positive if the absolute value of the positive number is greater than the absolute value of the negative one. Positive plus negative is negative if the absolute value of the negative number is greater than the absolute value of the positive one.

Negative 10 because the absolute value of a number is the positive and negative form of that number. For example: The absolute value of 9 is positive 9 and negative 9. Therefore, it would be greater than the absolute value of any number below it.

The absolute value of a number is the positive (or non-negative) value of the number. The absolute value of 0 or a positive number is the number itself. The absolute value of a negative number is its positive equivalent.

If the positive number is bigger than the absolute value of the negative number, yes. But if the positive number is smaller, the result is negative. And if the positive number is equal to the absolute value of the negative number, your answer will be 0. The absolute value of a number is the number without the negative sign. So, for example, the absolute value of -3 is 3 and the absolute value of -10 is 10.

Yes, the absolute value for an negative number is always positive.

An absolute value, by definition, can not be negative; it can be only positive or zero.

No. You have it backwards . . . . . the absolute value of a negative number is always a positive number.

If you multiply two numbers, the result will be positive, if both factors are positive, or if both are negative. Multiplying a positive number by a negative number, or a negative number by a positive number, results in a negative result.For addition, if you add two positive numbers, the result is positive. If you add two negative numbers, the result is negative. If you add a positive and a negative number, the result depends on which of the numbers has the greater absolute value. For example, if the positive number has the greater absolute value (distance from zero), the result will be positive.If you multiply two numbers, the result will be positive, if both factors are positive, or if both are negative. Multiplying a positive number by a negative number, or a negative number by a positive number, results in a negative result.For addition, if you add two positive numbers, the result is positive. If you add two negative numbers, the result is negative. If you add a positive and a negative number, the result depends on which of the numbers has the greater absolute value. For example, if the positive number has the greater absolute value (distance from zero), the result will be positive.If you multiply two numbers, the result will be positive, if both factors are positive, or if both are negative. Multiplying a positive number by a negative number, or a negative number by a positive number, results in a negative result.For addition, if you add two positive numbers, the result is positive. If you add two negative numbers, the result is negative. If you add a positive and a negative number, the result depends on which of the numbers has the greater absolute value. For example, if the positive number has the greater absolute value (distance from zero), the result will be positive.If you multiply two numbers, the result will be positive, if both factors are positive, or if both are negative. Multiplying a positive number by a negative number, or a negative number by a positive number, results in a negative result.For addition, if you add two positive numbers, the result is positive. If you add two negative numbers, the result is negative. If you add a positive and a negative number, the result depends on which of the numbers has the greater absolute value. For example, if the positive number has the greater absolute value (distance from zero), the result will be positive.

A positive number added to a negative number may be either positive or negative depending on the magnititude ( absolute value) of the numbers. But a positive number multiplied by a negative number is always negative.

No, it is not.

To find the absolute value of a positive number all the answer is is the number in between the lines. For example, the absolute value of [340] is 340. To find the absolute value of a negative number, it is simply the opposite (positive version) of the negative number. For example, the absolute value of [-56] is just 56.

The absolute value of a number is how far away it is from zero on a number line. Any negative number that is higher than a positive number without its negative sign is larger with absolute value.

6. If the number is positive, the absolute value of that number will be positive: |6|= 6. If the number is negative, the absolute value of that number will be positive: |-6|=6.

a negative number minus a negative number is a negative number plus a negative number the answer depends on the value of the first number if the first number's absolute value is larger than the second number's absolute value than the answer is negative if the first number's absolute value is less than the second number's absolute value than the answer is positive

If the absolute value of a negative number is greater than the absolute value of a positive number, then on addition we will get a negative number. e.g. -4 + 1 = -3 If absolute value of positive number is greater, then the result is positive. e.g. 5 + (-4) = 1

No. The absolute value is the distance a number is from zero. It is always represented by a positive number. The absolute value of any positive number and its negative counterpart is the same.

The absolute value is only ever positive. * * * * * Or 0.

no all absolute values are positive

If you add a positive number and a negative number, and the positive number is larger (in absolute value) than the negative number, then the sum is positive. For example, 7 + (-5) is the same thing as 7 - 5 which equals 2. Adding a negative number is equivalent to subtracting a positive number. If the two numbers are the same (in absolute value) then the sum is zero. You will be subtracting a number from itself. And finally, if the negative number is larger (in absolute value) than the positive number, then the sum is negative. In other words, you have more negative than positive so you end up with negative. It's pretty simple. An example would be, 3 + (-4) which equals 3 - 4 which is -1.

It removes the negative from a negative number making it positive and it does nothing to a positive number or zero.

the absolute value of any number is the positive version of that number, so the answer is positive 3.46

Basically, the absolute value of a number is its distance from zero... so that distance would be 5, whether you are talking about positive 5 or negative 5, right? So, if you just ignore positive and negative for a specific number, you will have its absolute value.