Express each of the following pairs of signed numbers as absolute values and subtract the smaller absolute value from the larger absolute value.

f.-33,7,-29.7

f.-33,7,-29.7

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2021-02-22
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f.-33,7,-29.7

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Answered 2021-02-23
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Given:

$[-33.7,-29.7]$ is given as a pair of signed numbers.

Calculation:

$=-33.7,-29.7$

The absolute value of -33.7 is 33.7.

The absolute value of -29.7 is 29.7.

The smaller absolute value is 29.7 and the larger absolute value 33.7.

Now, the subtraction of smaller absolute value from the larger absolute value is

$=33.7\u201429.7=4$

Hence, the subtraction of smaller absolute value from the larger absolute value is 4.

Calculation:

The absolute value of -33.7 is 33.7.

The absolute value of -29.7 is 29.7.

The smaller absolute value is 29.7 and the larger absolute value 33.7.

Now, the subtraction of smaller absolute value from the larger absolute value is

Hence, the subtraction of smaller absolute value from the larger absolute value is 4.

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