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That it is an absolute value which means that it is literally just the number, neither positive nor negative, but stands for ALL values of that number including the positive and the negative. so for instance if you had |2| it is neither positive nor negative as that, but it stands for a +2 and a -2. Slightly confusing to explain, but... hope it's helpful.

The integers are {..., -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, ...}. The positive integers are those greater than 0 and the negative integers are those less than 0. Note that 0 is neither positive nor negative.

If it had a sign it wouldn't be an absolute value, which is neither positive nor negative, merely absolute.Note that the absolute value of a number is non-negative by definition.For x < 0, |x| = -x (which is positive)For x ≥ 0, |x| = x (which is never negative)

a statement that uses the words not, neither, and nor.

The square root of 512 is neither an integer, nor even a rational number, so it has no prime factorization.

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