Q: What is the absolute value of x equals -1.286?

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x= -1

x= -6

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That is how the absolute value is defined. For x < 0 the value of x is negative (by definition). Therefore, the value of negative x is positive (negative of a negative). So abs(x) = -x when x < 0

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