7.1e Absolute Values and Opposites

- 1. |-14|
A) -14 B) 28 C) -28 D) 14 - 2. What is the absolute value of -90
A) 90 B) -90 C) -100 D) 100 - 3. The absolute value of a number is
A) the number itself B) The opposite of the number C) where the number is located on the number line. D) The distance the number is from zero - 4. | 7|
A) -14 B) 14 C) 7 D) -7 - 5. What is the absolute value of 12
A) -24 B) 12 C) 24 D) -12 - 6. What is the opposite of -52
A) 25 B) -25 C) 52 D) -52 - 7. When numbers are opposite they are
A) Changed B) They are two different distances away from zero on the number line. C) Flipped around D) An equal distance from zero on the number line - 8. -|4|
A) 4 B) -4 C) 0 D) 8 - 9. What is the opposite of 17?
A) 17% B) 1/17 C) -17 D) 17 - 10. |-32|
A) 32% B) 1/32 C) 32 D) -32 - 11. -|-5|
A) -10 B) 5 C) -5 D) 10 - 12. What is true of two numbers that are opposites?
A) They have different absolute values. B) There sum is always zero. C) They are different distances from zero on a number line. D) They are on the same side of zero on a number line. |

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