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Covid19 has led the world to go through a phenomenal transition . Elearning is the future today. Stay Home , Stay Safe and keep learning!!! Absolute Value of an Integer :The absolute value of integer is the distance of that integer from 0 irrespective of the direction (negative or positive ). On the number line, the distance from, say, 0 to +5 is said to be 5 units. So the absolute value of 5 is 5. Also, the distance from 0 to 5 is 5 units. So, the absolute value of 5 is 5. The absolute value of is written between the two bars. For example  2  like this which is read as absolute value of 2 and is equal to 2. The absolute value of 3 =  3  is +3 (positive 3). So the absolute value of an integer is always positive, but the direction may be opposite ( North, East, West or South, +ve or –ve ). Example 1 : State the absolute values of 1)  82  Solution :  82  = 82 2)  34  Solution :  34  = 34. 3)  3  8  Solution : 3 8  = 13 = 13 4) 8  15 Solution :  8  15  = 7 = 7 5)  13  5 + 10  Solution : 13  5 + 10  =  8 + 10 = 18 = 18 6)  6  25 + 40  Solution : 6 25 + 40 =  31 + 40 = 9 = 9 7)  8 + 12  31 Solution: 8 + 12 31 = + 4 31  =  27 = 27 ___________________________________________________________________
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