Find the absolute value of each number:
To calculate: The absolute value of .
The absolute value of is 5.
The given value is .
For a real number, absolute value is always positive.
Consider the provided value:
The distance between on the number line is . Hence, the absolute value is,
Therefore, the absolute value of is 5.
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