# Absolute Value Worksheets

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To put it simply, “Absolute value” is the technique of finding how far a number is from zero. In absolute values, both the positive and negative integers take the same value. Help students master this concept with this assortment of printable worksheets containing exercises like finding the absolute value, comparing the absolute values, performing arithmetic operations on absolute values, and evaluating absolute value expressions.

These free worksheets are custom-made for students of 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, and high school.

CCSS: 6.NS, 7.NS, HSA-REI, HSF

Use this printable resource to find the absolute value of positive and negative integers. The distance of the number from zero is the absolute value. Numbers up to 20 are included here. Equipped with a bunch of 18 problems, this pdf worksheet promises rigorous practice.

Apply the same skills that you acquired while solving inequalities, as you answer the questions in this printable comparing absolute values worksheet for grade 6 and grade 7. Use one of the symbols: >, < or = to compare the absolute values. The numbers covered here range from 1 to 50 of both positive and negative integers.

Further your skills in adding and subtracting the absolute value of integers with this pdf worksheet. Reiterate that the absolute value of any number is never negative and perform the indicated operations effectively.

To multiply or divide, find the absolute values of integers and perform the arithmetic operations. There are 16 problems for students of grade 8 and high school to consolidate their practice in this section. Be sure to use the answer key to verify your responses.

Evaluating Absolute Value Expressions

Recapitulate the concept of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing the absolute value with this printable worksheet. Each question here has two or more arithmetic operations involved. Use the PEMDAS rule to evaluate the absolute value expressions.