#1**+5 **

An absolute value is a sign that looks something like this: |

When you have numbers in absolute values, you always make the number inside them positive.

Say you have something like this:

|3-5|

You first do the operations inside the absolute values, then you make it positive.

|-2|

and now you make it positive, so you get

**2**

Also, if the number inside the absolute values is positive, you still leave it positive.

NinjaDevo Nov 3, 2014

#1**+5 **

Best Answer

An absolute value is a sign that looks something like this: |

When you have numbers in absolute values, you always make the number inside them positive.

Say you have something like this:

|3-5|

You first do the operations inside the absolute values, then you make it positive.

|-2|

and now you make it positive, so you get

**2**

Also, if the number inside the absolute values is positive, you still leave it positive.

NinjaDevo Nov 3, 2014

#2**0 **

the absolute value is like opposites

EXAMPLE:

the absolute value of 81 is 9 and negative 9

kittennose Nov 3, 2014