Absolute value of -6+5 is 1.
-6 + abs(-11) = -6 + 11 = 5
5. The absolute number of anything, negative or positive is that number. Like the absolute value of 6 or abs(6) is 6 and the abs(-6) is 6.
The absolute value of - 4 5/6 is 4 5/6.
So the absolute value of a number is simply the positive value of a given number. (In our basic number system each number has both a positive and negative value such as -6 and 6). If you are dealing with basic numbers, simply drop the negative sign if there is one, or leave the number as is if there isn't, and you have the absolute value. |x| means the absolute value So |-6| = 6 and |5| = 5 So while -6 is less than 5, |6| (absolute value of -6) is larger than 5 :)
It is one more.
|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.)
4 and 5/6
absolute value is always a positive value ... Abs value | -6 | = 6 | 6 | = 6
No. The only time it's zero is if the number is zero. The absolute value of a number is "how far that number is from zero". So for example, the absolute value of -6 is 6. Absolute value is written with these two lines around the number, for example: |-6| means 'the absolute value of -6'. An easy way to know absolute value, is that its always the positive version of whatever number you are given. |-123012973|= 123012973. |-99|=99. |-5|=5. For positive numbers, the absolute value is the same as the number. |99|=99. |10,000,000|=10,000,000.
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.