zero. The absolute value of a number is just the positive version of that number, so the absolute value of x is x, and x minus x is zero.
2 - 7 = -5. The absolute value of -5 is 5
The absolute value of an integer is found by ignoring its sign (plus or minus).
It is either 2|x| - 3 or 2|x-3| depending on if the minus three is part of the absolute value.
The absolute value of any negative integer is equal to its value without the minus sign. In this instance, abs(-45) = 45.
You get the answer by making believe the minus-sign isn't there. Now you can find the absolute value of -12 on your own.
The absolute value is always the number with no sign. 3.2
In mathematics, the absolute value of a given number is the positive form of the number, for example, if the answer to a problem turns out to be plus or minus 3, then the absolute value is 3.