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## Melvin claims that the opposite of point P is a positive number. This statement is only sometimes true. • Identify a value for point P where

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Melvin claims that the opposite of point P is a positive number. This statement is only sometimes true. • Identify a value for point P where the opposite of point P is a positive number. • Identify a value for point P where the opposite of point P is a negative number. Explain why the opposite of point P is only sometimes a positive number. Part B: Melvin also says that the absolute value of point P is always positive. This statement is always true. Explain why the absolute value of point P is always postove. Show your two answers and two explanations.

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Answer:Im trying to answer that one too but let me tel you the answer that i put

Step-by-step explanation:melvin has to put it on opposite

Answer:absolute value basically represents the distance a number is from zero on the number line. If you can imagine, nobody would say “My car went negative thirty miles today,” so you wouldn’t use negative “distances” on the number line either. That’s why absolute values are always positive.

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