To express: The given signed numbers as absolute values. Difference of

William Curry 2021-12-10 Answered
To express: The given signed numbers as absolute values.
Difference of the smaller and the larger absolute value.
Given:
[+25, +13] is given as a pair of signed numbers.
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Answered 2021-12-11 Author has 30 answers
Calculation:
= +25,+13
The absolute value of +25 is 25.
The absolute value of +13 is 13.
The smaller absolute value is 13 and the larger absolute value 25.
Now, the subtraction of smaller absolute value from the larger absolute value is
= 25-13
= 12
Hence, the subtraction of smaller absolute value from the larger absolute value is 12.
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