An absolute value can not be negative.
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.
the only absolute value would be 4, as the absolute value is the space that the number is away from zero. Both positive and negative four would equal four. On the other hand, if the negative sign was outside the absolute value ( -|4| ), then the number would be negative.
If you mean something like: | x | = -1 That has no solution. The absolute value of any expression on the inside of the absolute value bars can only be zero or positive.
The absolute value of any number depends upon the negative, positive, and the position of said negatives or positives. For example: |-90| would be 90 due to the fact the negative sign is inside the absolute value brackets. Now -|90| would be -90 as the negative sign is outside the absolute value brackets.
The opposite is: negative (the absolute value of negative 30).
when -n = x and x is a negative #, n is the absolute value of x
No, an absolute value must be non-negative.
An absolute value can never be a negative. An absolute value is just the distance the # is from the zero...so again for it to be negative thats not possible
No. The absolute value of negative nine is greater than the absolute value of 3.
the absolute value of negative 7 is 7 and the absolute value of 7 is also seven so they are equal. Therefore, the absolute value of negative 7 is not less than the absolute value of 7. Remember that absolute value means the positive of a number
Well 0 is absolute value so it can't be negative