Q: What is the absolute value of -100?

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100

Absolute value of 10*-10 is 100.

Absolute value

You have to be careful of whether you are using whole numbers or percents in your division problem.100% is equal to the value of 1 (of whatever we are measuring), therefore:60 percent of 100 percent is 60 percent. We don't know an absolute value because the information doesn't tell us what the 100% represents.60 % of 100 is 60 In this case, we have an absolute value of 100 so we can calculate the absolute value to be 60.

Percent Error = {Absolute value (Experimental value - Theoretical Value) / Theoretical Value }*100

Absolute value is related to distance because distance is not a signed quantity. For instance, if you were 100 metres in front of something, your distance to it would be 100 metres. If you were 100 metres behind it, your distance to it would still be 100 metres, not -100 metres.

= absolute error/ mean value of measured quantity times 100 50/5 times 100= 1000%

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Absolute percent error is the Percent Difference between two values.Applying the equation for Absolute error.For example: 21.571 is the True value 20.000 is the Recorded Value.Thus: (Recorded Value) - (True value) = Absolute error (21.571) - (20.000) = 1.571We modify this to match the following:(Recorded Value ) - (True value) / True value * 100This will give us a percent error of:(20.000 - 21.571) / 21.571 *100 = -7.28%

That is called the "absolute value" of the number. For example:The absolute value of 5 is 5.The absolute value of -5 is also 5.That is called the "absolute value" of the number. For example:The absolute value of 5 is 5.The absolute value of -5 is also 5.That is called the "absolute value" of the number. For example:The absolute value of 5 is 5.The absolute value of -5 is also 5.That is called the "absolute value" of the number. For example:The absolute value of 5 is 5.The absolute value of -5 is also 5.

It is your estimate minus the true value divided by the true value and multiplied by 100. So, % error = (estimate - actual) / actual * 100, in absolute value. For example, if you estimate that there are 90 jelly beans in a jar when there are actually 130 your percentage error is: (90-130)/130 * 100 = -40/130 * 100 = -0.308*100 = -30.8% After absolute value, the answer is simply 30.769, or 30.8%.

The absolute number of -100 is 100.

Absolute Value is a number's distance from zero. For example, the absolute value of -5 is 5. The absolute value of 5 is 5.

An interger's absolute value is how far away it is from 0, so an interger's absolute value will always be positive. The absolute value of -83 is 83. The absolute value of 178 is 178. etc.

no number; absolute value is always positive. The absolute value of a negative number is positive. For example absolute value of -4 is +4

The absolute value is when even if a negative number when put in absolute value signs is positive such as.. l-23 l the absolute value is 23. l..l are absolute value signs

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

The absolute value of 27 is 27. (The absolute value of -27 is also 27.)

% decrease = the absolute value of the difference of the original value and the new value divided by the original value ; then multiply the quotient by 100%= [(3200 - 2464)/3200] x 100%= [736/3200] x 100%= 0.23 x 100%= 23%

The absolute value function returns the absolute value of a number.

Brazil does not have an absolute value.

No. The absolute value of the opposite of 7 is 7, but the opposite of the absolute value of seven is -7.

The absolute value of 19 is 19. If x is positive , absolute x equals x.

the absolute value of any number is always the positive value of that number absolute value of 0.4 = 0.4

The absolute value of an integer is the integer with no sign. The absolute value of +3 and -3 is 3.