There are two real numbers and infinitely many complex numbers.
Two (assuming you are talking about real numbers). In general, for any given positive number, there will be two real numbers whose absolute value is that given number. In the case of complex numbers, the answer is "infinitely many" - all the numbers on a circle centered on the origin, with that radius, have that absolute value.
two- (12) and (-12)
Only two real numbers but infinitely many complex numbers.
47 because absolute value measures how many digits you are away from zero, so for example the absolute value of five is five
Two. +15 and -15 are the only integers with an absolute value of 15.
Two of them.
This typically happens when the absolute value is less than something. Here is a simple example:| x | < 3 This results in all numbers between -3 and 3.
add the numbers and divide them by how many numbers there are
many numbers can equal 96. If you want two equal numbers then it would be 48.