Also called numerical value. the magnitude of a quantity, irrespective of sign; the distance of a quantity from zero. The absolute value of a number is symbolized by two vertical lines, as |3| or |−3| is equal to 3.
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the square root of the sum of the squares of the real and imaginary parts of a given complex number, as |a + b i | is equal to .
The numerical value for productivity declines depends on whether you are measuring credit load or credits produced.
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numerical value of applied gravity and seismic loads and seismic loads acting on support and bracing components.
The edge attribute that holds the numerical value used as a weight.
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Through discussion students will also learn or discover how to apply a numerical value to each term.
The numerical value of the compressibility depends both on the temperature and on the pressure too.
The selection factors are shown with the numerical value of each factor noted.
Each violation has a numerical value based on its risk of food borne illness.
British Dictionary definitions for numerical value
absolute value
noun (maths)
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the positive real number equal to a given real but disregarding its sign. Written | x |. Where r is positive, | r | = r = | –r
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Also called modulus. a measure of the magnitude of a complex number, represented by the length of a line in the Argand diagram: |x + iy | = √(x² + y²), so | 4 + 3i | = 5
absolute value The value of a number without regard to its sign. For example, the absolute value of +3 (written |+3|) and the absolute value of -3 (written |-3|) are both 3.