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27 August, 11:36

can absolute value equations be equal to zero? my textbook says no but there are multiple equations equaling 0 or a negative numbers once I simplify.

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  1. 27 August, 12:55
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    Yes it can be. Absolute value is how many spaces away from zero there are. And if if I doesn't move, then it is zero spaces away from zero. Sorry if this question doesn't make sense. But all I'm saying is yes
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