It is a negative if the negative number has the higher absolute value and positive if the positive number has the higher absolute value.
The absolute value of a number is how far away it is from zero on a number line. Any negative number that is higher than a positive number without its negative sign is larger with absolute value.
No. The absolute value is the distance a number is from zero. It is always represented by a positive number. The absolute value of any positive number and its negative counterpart is the same.
It is false because if it is the absolute value of a negative number, the answer would be higher than the original number. |-9|=9
When the absolute value of the negative number is higher than the positive number.
Neutros abs is the label for the absolute number (not the percentage) of neutrophils in the CBC
the higher the number the better
The higher the number, the better the range!
The percentage is 100*(Actual Spend - Budget)/Budget. If the number is negative, then its absolute value is the underspend. If it is positive, then its value is the overspend.
The absolute number of -100 is 100.
Neither. For any whole number there is an absolute number which is larger and for any absolute number there is a whole number which is larger.