Absolute value of -2 is 2.

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No, the absolute value of a number cannot equal a negative number.

The absolute value of a number is a positive number. For example the absolute value of -2 is 2. The absolute value of 4 is 4. So the absoulte value of 25 is 25.

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The absolute value of 15 is 15. The absolute value of any positive number is the number itself. The absolute value of any negative number is the number times -1. For example: What is the absolute value of 10? Answer: 10. Example #2: What is the absolute value of -2? Answer: 2.

2 1 2 is the number with the absolute value of 2 1 2. Absolute number can be defined as the non negative value of that number.

the absolute value is always positive, by definition -2 x -2 x -2 = -8 absolute value of -8 is +8 Ans: + 8

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Absolute value of -2+(-5) is 7.

the answer is 2

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The answer depends on the operation. The absolute value of 2/3 is not the same as the absolute value of 3/2! It does work for subtraction, though.

The absolute value of a number is the positive (or non-negative) value of the number. The absolute value of 0 or a positive number is the number itself. The absolute value of a negative number is its positive equivalent.

No. However, the absolute value of "2-7" does equal the absolute value of "7-2".

Its absolute value. E.g. the real numbers negative two (-2) and positive two (2) have the same absolute value (2).

The absolute value of any negative number is equal to the corresponding positive value. In this instance, abs (-2) = 2.

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2 and -2

On a number line does 2 or - 2 represent the absolute value of -2?

It is impossible. The absolute value is always positive.

It is one and one fourth. Absolute value just means how far the number is from 0, so even if the number is negative, for example -2, it is only 2 numbers away from 0. So the absolute value of -2 is 2. TIP: Absolute value = same number, NEVER negative.

write two numbers that have the given absolute value. 1.4

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