8th grade math
posted by Vanilla Bear .
Hi! I need some help with absolute value. First, I want to ask is that for absolute value, is that if the absolute value is 6 then would the answer be 6 or 6? I am really confused with this so if somebody could explain this to me, it would be a big help, thank you!

8th grade math 
Ms. Sue
The absolute value of 6 is 6. It is 6 places from 0.
http://www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/absolutevalue.html 
8th grade math 
Vanilla Bear
Oh okay thank you!

8th grade math 
Ms. Sue
You're welcome.
Be sure to read the website above. 
8th grade math 
Vanilla Bear
Yes, I just finished reading it.
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