๐ The video explains how to find distances in the coordinate plane using absolute values.

๐ข Integers and their opposites on a number line are discussed, emphasizing that opposites are the same distance from zero but on different sides.

โโ The concept of absolute value is introduced as the distance of a number from zero on a number line, always resulting in a positive value.

๐ Absolute values can be used to find distances between two points with the same x coordinate.

๐ข The vertical difference between point A and the x-axis is 4 units, while the vertical difference between point B and the x-axis is -1 unit.

โ The sum of the distances from point A to the x-axis and point B to the x-axis gives the distance between point A and point B.

๐ The distance between two points on the coordinate plane can be found by adding their absolute values.

๐งฎ Absolute values can also be used to find distances between points with the same y-coordinate.

๐ข Understanding how to add absolute values helps in calculating distances accurately.

๐ The distance between two points in a coordinate plane can be found by subtracting their horizontal values.

๐ The absolute value of a negative number represents the distance from zero.

๐ข Subtraction is used when the points are on the same side of the y-axis.

๐ When two points are on opposite sides of an axis, we add their absolute values to find the distance between them.

๐ When two points are in the same quadrant, we subtract their absolute values to find the distance between them.

๐ If the x-coordinates are the same, we use the y-coordinates to find the distance, and if the y-coordinates are the same, we use the x-coordinates to find the distance.

๐ The video discusses how to find distances in the coordinate plane using absolute values.

โ To find the distance in the x-coordinates, subtract the values.

โ To find the distance in the y-coordinates, add the values.

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