Its distance from zero, always a positive number. The absolute value of a positive number is that number. The absolute value of a negative number is its positive equivalent. Usually denoted by vertical bars |n| The absolute value of both 7 and -7 is 7 |-7| = 7 |7| = 7 * * * * * Minor error above: the absolute value of 0 is 0, so not "always a positive number".
The value of 7 is hundred thousand.
It has no value because the digit 7 is not in the given number of 4.105
No. The absolute value of -7 is 7.
It is true. Look at absolute value as a number's distance from zero, and distance can't be negative. Take, say, -7. -7 is 7 away from 0, so the absolute value of -7 is 7.
7000 (number value) - 7 (face value) = 6993.
No. Because this is what the absolute value is intended to be, a positive number. Hence if the question was asked, what is the absolute value of -7, it would be 7. What is asked, is the value and not the sign. The value is 7.
The place value of the 7 in the number 0.708 is seven tenths.
The absolute value of any number is the same number without positive or negative symbols. So the absolute value of -7 is 7
The absolute value of -7 is 7
What is the value of the digit 7 in the number 703,804,100?
In the number 0.708, the value of the 7 is 7/10 or seven-tenths.
513/7 = (490+23)/7 = 490/7 + 23/7 = 70 23/7 is the mixed number. 75.8571429 is the absolute value of 523/7
â€“7 is already a whole number. Its absolute value is 7.
The absolute value of -7= 7 The absolute value of 7= 7 Therefore, the absolute values of both 7 and -7 are the same, because absolute value is the distance a number is from zero, regardless of sign.
7 ones, or 7
Its value is 0.7 or 7/10 = seven tenths
The 7 is in the thousandths place.
Yes. Its value is 7.
The number 7 is greater that the number 0. The number seven has more value.
If you are taking the absolute value of a negative number, that number will always be positive. So the opposite of the absolute value of -7 would be -7.