I'm pretty sure the answer is negative 11
Yes! When the number is negative, the absolute value of it'll be its opposite.
The absolute value of an integer is the integer with no sign. The absolute value of +3 and -3 is 3.
If you are taking the absolute value of a negative number, that number will always be positive. So the opposite of the absolute value of -7 would be -7.
The absolute value is always positive.
Absolute values are never negative. The opposite, or negative, or additive inverse, of a negative number is the number's absolute value; a non-negative number is its own absolute value. The absolute values of 7 and -5, are, respectively, 7 and 5.
The absolute value is 21. The opposite, when you are studying absolute values, is probably -21.
Yes it is and the absolute value is always a positive number. if it was the absolute number then the opposite, then its always a negative number. I learned this and im in the sixth grade advanced classes. * * * * * The absolute value need not always be positive - it can be 0. The absolute value need not be an integer. Rational and irrational fractions are perfectly valid.
No. The absolute value of a number is the value of the number ignoring the sign - it is always positive: The absolute value of a negative number is a positive number; The absolute value of a positive number is a positive number.
No. The absolute value of any number is the non-negative value of that number.So, the absolute value of a number X, which is greater than or equal to 0, is X.The absolute value of a number X, which is less than 0, is -X.Note that, in the second case, X < 0 implies that -X > 0.
The absolute value of a number isn't the opposite of that number. Think of it as the distance of that number to zero, which can only be positive. If you understand that, then in math problems you can simply think of leaving positive numbers positive and making negative numbers positive.
The absolute value of a positive number is the number itself. The absolute value of a negative number is the number's opposite (additive inverse).
how do you identify opposite and absolute value of a rational number
Absolute value is always the opposite of the number.