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The absolute value is the distance a number is from zero. It is always represented by a positive number. The absolute value of any positive number and its negative counterpart is the same.

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How can you decide if the sum of two numbers is positive negative or zero without actually calculating the sum?

The sum of two positive numbers is always positive, and the sum of two negatives is always negative. If you have a positive and a negative number, there sum can be either, so look at the absolute values to decide. For example -3+2=-1. Since all you care about is the sign, look at the absolute value. If the negative number has a greater absolute value, the sum is negative and if the positive number's absolute value, which is the number itself, is bigger, the sum is positive. If the absolute values are equal, the sum is 0.


To multiply a negative number and a negative number you should multiply their absolute values and make the product negative true or false?

That is false. A negative times a negative is always a positive. Since absolute numbers are always positive if you make it negative that is not correct.


Is the absolute value for an negative number always positive?

Yes, the absolute value for an negative number is always positive.


What is the absolute value for the positive?

the absolute value for a negative or positive value is always positive


What do a positive and negative equal?

A positive number added to a negative number may be either positive or negative depending on the magnititude ( absolute value) of the numbers. But a positive number multiplied by a negative number is always negative.


Are there negative absolute numbers?

NO, absolute value is always non-negative.


What is the opposite of the absolute value of 8?

The additive opposite is negative 8 (-8). Absolute values are always positive numbers.


Is the absolute of a negative integer positive or negative?

The absolute value is the distance form zero. It is always positive.


Can absolute value be negative?

No, absolute values are always positive.


Are negative numbers always less than their absolute value?

Negative numbers are always less than their absolute value.


What do you call distance between a number and 0?

The distance between any number, positive or negative, is called the "absolute value." This number is always positive, as it measures distance. For positive numbers, the absolute value is just the number. For negative numbers, drop the negative sign, and you have the absolute value. Alternative name: magnitude.


The product of two numbers with different signs is always a negative?

The product of negative number and a positive number is always a negative. The product of two positive numbers, or two negative numbers, is always a positive.

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