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Can you explain the concept of absolute value? I don't understand! How come it is always positive?!?
Absolute value is the magnitude of a number in comparison with other values. Basically, it is the distance from zero. Here is an example...
Ken works at the local hospital. He leaves his home a 8:00 each day.
He travels 10 miles to work every day. If his house is zero, how far away is he from his house?
He is 10 miles (units) from his house (zero)! But what if he moves in the opposite direction (negative)?
Whether you are moving in a positive or negative direction, distance is always positive. Absolute value is always positive because it is the distance from zero.
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