# What is the absolute value of 6?

The absolute value of a variable x is represented by |x| which is pronounced as "Mod x" or "Modulus of x."

## Answer: The absolute value of 6 is |6| = 6.

Other names of "Absolute Value" are "Numerical value" and "Magnitude".

**Explanation:**

The absolute value of a number is its distance from 0. It is the magnitude of that number without considering its sign.

Since 6 is six units away towards right from 0, the absolute value of 6 is just 6.

The absolute value of 6 is written as |6| and is equal to 6.