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abs()

The abs() function returns the absolute value of the number it takes as an argument—that is, that number’s distance from 0 on an imagined number line. For instance, 3 and -3 both have the same absolute value: 3. The abs() function always returns a positive value, and unlike max() and min(), it only takes a single number.

Instructions

1.

Set absolute equal to the absolute value of -42 on line 1.

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