The difference is 19,849
No. The absolute value of -7 is 7.
It has no value because the digit 7 is not in the given number of 4.105
7000 (number value) - 7 (face value) = 6993.
The absolute value of -7 is 7
The place value of the 7 in the number 0.708 is seven tenths.
No. Because this is what the absolute value is intended to be, a positive number. Hence if the question was asked, what is the absolute value of -7, it would be 7. What is asked, is the value and not the sign. The value is 7.
The absolute value of any number is the same number without positive or negative symbols. So the absolute value of -7 is 7
In the number 0.708, the value of the 7 is 7/10 or seven-tenths.
Its distance from zero, always a positive number. The absolute value of a positive number is that number. The absolute value of a negative number is its positive equivalent. Usually denoted by vertical bars |n| The absolute value of both 7 and -7 is 7 |-7| = 7 |7| = 7 * * * * * Minor error above: the absolute value of 0 is 0, so not "always a positive number".
7 ones, or 7
â€“7 is already a whole number. Its absolute value is 7.
It is true. Look at absolute value as a number's distance from zero, and distance can't be negative. Take, say, -7. -7 is 7 away from 0, so the absolute value of -7 is 7.
The 7 is in the thousandths place.
Its value is 0.7 or 7/10 = seven tenths
513/7 = (490+23)/7 = 490/7 + 23/7 = 70 23/7 is the mixed number. 75.8571429 is the absolute value of 523/7
Yes. Its value is 7.
The absolute value of -7= 7 The absolute value of 7= 7 Therefore, the absolute values of both 7 and -7 are the same, because absolute value is the distance a number is from zero, regardless of sign.
The number 7 is greater that the number 0. The number seven has more value.
yes, absolute value of any number is always positive