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Q: What are Two numbers at equal distance from zero are called?

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the number from zero (the distance) is called incounting numbers

Numbers the same distance from zero (linearly) have the same "absolute value" whether positive or negative.

Opposite numbers.

For two numbers to be equidistant from zero, one must be the negative of the other. As one is the negative of the other, it is the additive inverse of that number. The sum of an number and its additive inverse is zero.

i think they are called negative numbers.

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That is called Absolute Value

the number from zero (the distance) is called incounting numbers

opposites

Numbers the same distance from zero (linearly) have the same "absolute value" whether positive or negative.

additive inverses

Opposite numbers.

For two numbers to be equidistant from zero, one must be the negative of the other. As one is the negative of the other, it is the additive inverse of that number. The sum of an number and its additive inverse is zero.

A positive number and its opposite.For example:-5 0 +5Negative five and positive five are both an equal distance from zero on a number line.This holds true for any number, the negative and positive of any number are equal distances from zero.-1 and 1

yes too answer can equal zero. for example: 12m added to 24 equals zero.

Numbers that are greater than zero are positive numbers.

The distance from zero.

numbers below zero are called negative numbers.

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