None. Integers can be negative, absolute values cannot. Absiolute values can be rational or irrational fractions, integers cannot.
When the numbers are negative
Yes it is and the absolute value is always a positive number. if it was the absolute number then the opposite, then its always a negative number. I learned this and im in the sixth grade advanced classes. * * * * * The absolute value need not always be positive - it can be 0. The absolute value need not be an integer. Rational and irrational fractions are perfectly valid.
The additive opposite of the rational number q is -q. One of q and -q must be non-negative and that is its absolute value.
It would be a positive or negative number
An absolute value can not be negative.
It is a real rational negative integer number whose value is -3
how do you identify opposite and absolute value of a rational number
An absolute value can be thought as the distance from zero. This is why absolute value is never negative; absolute value tells about "how far?" and not " which direction?". The absolute value of a, denoted mathematically in vertical bars like; |a | (read as , the absolute value of a), for example, 3 is the absolute value of both 3 and âˆ’3. This means that | 3 | = 3, because 3 is three units to the right of zero, and also | -3 | = 3, because -3 is three units to the left of zero. To understand Absolute numbers we have to understand related terms, like Numbers, Real numbers, rational number, irrational number, Mathematically speaking , the absolute value also known as or modulus of a real number is its numerical value, disregarding its sign. When we say disregard sign it means negative sign, this means an Absolute value could be positive or zero. In other words an absolute number tells about magnitude, distance or norm. A real number can be rational or irrational, signed (+ve or -ve) , equation or zero , measuring a continuous quantity. A rational can a fraction where it has numerator and denominator . Numbers that are not rational are called irrational numbers. The real line consists of the union of the rational and irrational numbers. They may in theory be expressed by decimal representations that have an infinite sequence of digits to the right of the decimal point; these are often represented in the same form as 157.5478912... the ellipsis, three dots indicate that there would still be more digits to come.
The absolute value of a number may be thought of as its distance from zero. In mathematics, the absolute value of a real number x is the non-negative value of x without regard to its sign.
Suppose x is a rational number -x is the [additive] opposite of x.If x < 0 then -x > 0 so that the absolute value is -x (if x is negative then -x is positive).if x >= 0 then the absolute value is x.
If the absolute value of the negative is bigger than that of the positive, then the answer is negative. If the absolute value of the negative is the same, then zero. If the absolute value of the negative is smaller, then positive. Absolute value is the value ignoring the sign.