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What is the difference between the absolute value of 4 and the absolute value of -3?

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Let A = 4 A=4 A=4 cm and B = 9 c m B=9
cm B=9cm. The distance between A A A
and B B B is the absolute value of their
difference: IA-BI=B-Al=14-9..
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