Math Question
posted by Bluebird .
What is the absolute value of (6.8)
Would it be 6.8 or 6.8?
I'm thinking it's 6.8
Imagine a number line. The absolute value is the distance from a given point to zero, right? Distance cannot be negative. Therefore, the distance from (6.8) to zero is 6.8, but you have a negative sign outside that absolute value, which means that whatever answer you get, you have to change the sign. Therefore, (6.8) = 6.8.
did you mean │(6.8)│ ??
then the answer is 6.8
6.8
then it would be 6.8
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