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Well 0 is absolute value so it can't be negative

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Can an absolute value equal a negative?

An absolute value can not be negative.


What does a negative add a positive equal?

If the absolute value of the negative is bigger than that of the positive, then the answer is negative. If the absolute value of the negative is the same, then zero. If the absolute value of the negative is smaller, then positive. Absolute value is the value ignoring the sign.


What is the opposite of the absolute value of negative 30?

The opposite is: negative (the absolute value of negative 30).


What happens when the negative sign is on the outside of the absolute value?

The absolute value becomes negative.


Can a absolute value have two negative answers?

No, an absolute value must be non-negative.


What is it called when the absolute value of a number is negative?

An absolute value can never be a negative. An absolute value is just the distance the # is from the zero...so again for it to be negative thats not possible


Can a absolute value negative number must be less than the absolute value of a positive numbers?

No. The absolute value of negative nine is greater than the absolute value of 3.


Is the absolute value of negative 7 less than the absolute value of 7?

the absolute value of negative 7 is 7 and the absolute value of 7 is also seven so they are equal. Therefore, the absolute value of negative 7 is not less than the absolute value of 7. Remember that absolute value means the positive of a number


Why cant the adsolute value of a number be negtive?

That is because of the way the absolute value is defined. The absolute value of a positive number is positive, the absolute value of a negative number is also positive. The absolute value of zero is zero. Even in the complex numbers, the absolute value is defined in such a way that it is a real and positive number.


Are there negative absolute numbers?

NO, absolute value is always non-negative.


Why cant the absolute value of a number be negative?

The absolute value is just the amount from 0 to itself, example: -42 is 42 away from zero. so i wouldn't say it was a positive, it is just the value.


Is the absolute value of a positive integer a negative integer?

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.

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