The distance between any number, positive or negative, is called the "absolute value." This number is always positive, as it measures distance. For positive numbers, the absolute value is just the number. For negative numbers, drop the negative sign, and you have the absolute value. Alternative name: magnitude.
Call the numbers 'A' and 'B'.Then write:5A = 6B
You call this number the Divisor. The number it is being divided by is the Dividend.the dvident i bielive is the correct answer
The absolute value is the distance between a number and zero on a number line.
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There is no name for such numbers.
It is called the absolute value of the number.
The absolute value.
A Square Root is one of the two equal factors of a number.