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Thank you Ms. Sue. I need help with this problem. The surface of Jupiter is made of colorful clouds created by various chemicals in the atmosphere. The temperature at the top of the clouds is -230 degrees F. The temperature below the clouds is 70 degrees F. Which temperature has the lower absolute value?

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  1. -230 this is because any numbers absolute value is that number with nothing els so a negitive is not a negitive it is positive and a positive is still positive

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