Exercises

1.

Olga is correct. The absolute value will either be greater, when a negative number changes to a positive, or equal, when a positive number remains positive.

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2.

A is negative, and B is positive, because if the numbers are opposites, one has to be negative and one has to be positive. Since B is given as greater than A, and a positive is always greater than a negative, B must be positive.

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3.

a) 10.4

b) -10.4

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4.

a) 7

b) 7

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5.

a) 21
b) -21

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6.

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7.

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8.

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9.

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10.

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11.

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12.

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13.

True

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14.

True

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15.

False

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16.

True

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17.

False

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18.

True

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19.

True

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20.

True

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21.

12

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22.

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23.

10

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24.

5

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25.

0

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26.

10

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27.

2

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28.

5

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29.

0

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30.

14

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31.

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32.

True

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33.

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34.

True

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35.

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36.

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37.

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38.

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40.

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41.

Positive

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42.

Negative twenty is less than negative three.

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43.

Negative four is less than zero.

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44.

Negative nine is greater than or equal to negative ninety.

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47.

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48.

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