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Q: The difference of a number q and 8?

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Suppose q is a rational number. Then if q >= 0 then abs(q) = q.If q < 0 then abs(q) = -q [which is positive].

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If the number is x, then abs(8-x) or |8-x|

n - 8 is the expression for the difference of eight and a number.'Number' is a variable, so the variable must be a letter (in this case, 'n'). 'The difference' is going to be the subtraction symbol that is in between the 'number' and eight, so it must be n - 8. It could, of course, be 8 - n.

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As an algebraic expression it is simply: 8+q

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If the number is n then it is |8 - n| or abs(8 - n)

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