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What is the absolute value of the integer -12?
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What is the absolute value of the integer 6?
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Find the sum.
-2 + 1 =
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Find the sum.
-3 + 1 =
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Find the sum.
-6 + 3 + 4 =
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Find the sum.
-3 + -4 =
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Find the sum.
-3 + -17 =
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Find the sum.
-15 + -7 =
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Find the sum.
-12 + 20 + 14 =
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Find the sum.
-14 + -14 =
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Find the sum.
-5 + -8 =
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Find the sum.
-9 + 9 =
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Find the sum.
-1 + -3 + 10 =
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What is the absolute value of the integer 11?
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What is the absolute value of the integer -19?
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What is the absolute value of the integer 9?
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What is the absolute value of the integer -14?
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What is the absolute value of the integer -11?
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Find the sum.
-19 + 3 =
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What is the absolute value of the integer 8?
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