Q: How come when you pick any number and multiply it by 2 and add 6 to the answer and take away the number you choose you always get 3 as a answer?

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This happens because a negative number is dominant over a positive one, so the number will multiply just as if you were multiplying even numbers, but at the end, just put a negative symbol. Also, if you multiply two negatives, they cancel themselves out, and the answer just becomes positive, but that only goes when multiplying an even amount of negative numbers together. For all of these, do the equation the same way, but at the end you may have to just add or take away a negative or positive symbol.

Because if the number is already negative and you take away more it will be even farther away from being positive. I hope that makes sense!

the anserw is two. because absolute value mean the amount away from 0 and two is two numbers away from zero.

Pretend that a stands for the number of apples you have. If you take one apple away from the number of apples you have, you will always end up with one less apple.

Absolute value is always positive. Absolute value is the distance away from zero. Ex: |-4| = 4 |4| = 4

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A negative number.

This happens because a negative number is dominant over a positive one, so the number will multiply just as if you were multiplying even numbers, but at the end, just put a negative symbol. Also, if you multiply two negatives, they cancel themselves out, and the answer just becomes positive, but that only goes when multiplying an even amount of negative numbers together. For all of these, do the equation the same way, but at the end you may have to just add or take away a negative or positive symbol.

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yes. This is because absolute value is in which you find how far away a number is from zero. This means that the absolute value is always positive.

multiplying is making a number bigger by adding itself to itself a certain number of times and factoring is the opposite, taking away a certain number from itself.

Yes if the number you are taking away is positive, it will always be a negative number answer. If the number you are taking away is also negative the answer could be either positive or negative, dependant upon the number's used.

Because if the number is already negative and you take away more it will be even farther away from being positive. I hope that makes sense!

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the anserw is two. because absolute value mean the amount away from 0 and two is two numbers away from zero.