It is a negative if the negative number has the higher absolute value and positive if the positive number has the higher absolute value.
A false statement.
5 + 5 = 10
When 'x' and 'y' both have the same sign.
Three X plus 5/3 equals 3. This is a math problem.
Absolute value of 13 is 13.
If 2 numbers are different, but have the same absolute value, then one is the opposite of the other. Any number plus its opposite equals zero.
Absolute value of -6+5 is 1.
Absolute value of -2+(-5) is 7.
Find the absolute value of -3 plus the opposite of -3?
Twelve plus two tenths plus five thousandths equals twelve and two hundred five thousandths.
12 + 10 = 22
It depends on the absolute value of the numbers. If negative is greater, then the answer will certainly be negative and vice-versa.
The lines are mutually perpendicular.
The absolute value of an integer is found by ignoring its sign (plus or minus).
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.
There are an infinite number of different quantities to which it could be equal, depending on what the value of 'X' happens to be at the moment.