Learning Objectives:

__Absolute Value __

The **Absolute Value** of a number is the distance from zero on a number line. **Absolute value** of a number is always positive because a distance is cannot be negative. **Vertical bars** are used to indicate **Absolute Value**.

The **Absolute Value** of **“x”** is denoted by **.**

With the help of Rule of **Order of Operations** of integers, we can evaluate different kind of **Absolute Value Expressions**. e.g. **Absolute value** of a Difference , **Absolute Value** of a Difference of Two **Absolute Values** , **Absolute Value** expression contains Exponents etc.

We can compare integers using **Inequality Notation** with the help of **Absolute Value** of those integers.

**Hook Questions:**

*1. **What is the Absolute Value of an Integer?*

*2. **Why Absolute Value is always positive?*

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