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Q: What is the absolute value of -2 plus absolute value of 6?

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Absolute value of -6+5 is 1.

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|-20 + 6*3| = |-20 + 18| = |-2| = 2

|6| = 6 (The absolute value of 6 is 6, the same number you started with.) 6 = 6 (The absolute value of the absolute value of 6 is 6.)

5x+8=6 5x=6-8 5x=-2 x=-0.4 Absolute value of -0.4=0.4

Only when a and b have the same sign (or when a or b equals 0). Here are some examples: |2+4|=|2|+|4|--> |6|=|6|--> 6=6 TRUE |(-1)+(-3)|=|(-1)|+|(-3)|--> |(-4)|=1+3--> 4=4 TRUE |3+(-6)|=|3|+|(-6)|--> |(-3)|=3+6--> 3=9 FALSE

absolute value is always a positive value ... Abs value | -6 | = 6 | 6 | = 6

-6 + abs(-11) = -6 + 11 = 5

2*abs(-6) = 2*6 = 12

-3x - 2 = -6 -3x = -6 + 2 -3x = -4 -x = -4/3 x = 4/3 The absolute value is therefore 4/3.

Yes... that is, if one is the opposite of the other. For example: The absolute value of 6 is 6. The absolute value of -6 is 6. The absolute value is just the units a number is away from its orgin.

Yes, the absolute value of -6 is 6. |-6| = 6. On the other hand, -|6| = -6.

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