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Q: Do only integers have absolute value?

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Yes.

If the signs are the same, add the absolute values and keep the sign. If the signs are different, subtract the lesser absolute value from the greater absolute value and keep the sign of the number with the greater absolute value.

To solve equations with absolute values in them, square the absolute value and then take the square root. This works because the square of a negative number is positive, and the square root of that square is the abosolute value of the original number.

9 of them.0, +-1, +-2, +-3, and +-4.

The statement is false.

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Two. +15 and -15 are the only integers with an absolute value of 15.

+25 and -25 are the only two that exist.

When adding two integers, the answer will be positive if both integers are positive, or if one is negative but its absolute value is smaller than the absolute value of the positive integer.

The absolute value of an integer is the value of the integer without regard to its sign. The absolute value need not be an integer.

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Two of them.

None. Integers can be negative, absolute values cannot. Absiolute values can be rational or irrational fractions, integers cannot.

Yes, a positive integer and its negative have the same absolute value. For example, +5 and -5 have the same absolute value.

Yes, a positive integer and its negative have the same absolute value. For example, +5 and -5 have the same absolute value.

-12 and 12

Yes.

There are two integers +5 and -5

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