# Manuals/calci/ABS

**ABS(Number)**

- is indicating the real value.
- ABS(), returns the absolute value of a number.

## Description

- This function gives the absolute value of a given number.
- Here is the real value which we want to find absolute value of that number.
- The absolute value of a real number is its distance from 0(origin) on the number line.
- Absolute value of a number is always .
- This function is used to remove negative sign from a given number.
- Absolute value is denoted by .
- i.e.,ABS(Number)=|Number|.
- Also .

## ZOS

- The syntax is to calculate ABS in ZOS is .
- is indicating the real value.

- For e.g.,ABS(-16)*-ABS(-4)/((ABS(-4))^2*ABS(-2)).

## Examples

- ABS(8) = 8
- ABS(-5) = 5
- ABS(1/2) = 0.5
- ABS(-1/4) = 0.25

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