The absolute value of a number is expressed with the symbol |. To show you want to find the absolute value of an integer(using x as the integer) you would do this |x|. Examples- |2| = 2 |-9| = 9 |325| = 325 |-457245| = 457245
By definition, the absolute value is the distance from the "0" on a number line to an integer on the number line. Therefore, the absolute value of + 3, for example, is simply three and would be indicated by drawing a line from 0 to 3; and likewise the absolute value of -3 is 3, which would be indicated by drawing a line from 0 to -3.
Absolute discrepancy is the difference between the accepted value, aka theoretical value, and the measured or "experimental" value. This discrepancy is written as an integer with units (i.e. cm) as opposed to a percentage.
to find the absolute value u see how far it is from 0 and the absolute value is always positive
I believe you mean What is, or how do you find. It is the distance of any number from 0. So |-7|= 7, |7|= 7
absolute value of - 28 = 28
Absolute value of -41 is 41.
Absolute value of -9 is 9.
Absolute Value -1294 is 1294.
The absolute value of 5 is 5.
The absolute value of 17 is 17.
Absolute value of -13 is 13.