In electronics, Absolute is a term used to indicate absolute or positive values.
For example, if an absolute value is required, use the Absolute value to indicate the magnitude of the value regardless of its sign.
This is useful for measuring physical quantities such as voltage, current, and resistance.
For example, when there are voltage values of -5V and +5V, it becomes 5V when expressed as an absolute value.
Also, some sensors output positive values, in which case an Absolute value means that positive value.
For example, a temperature sensor usually outputs a positive value, in which case the Absolute value represents the temperature value.
Also, in mathematics, Absolute can mean the absolute value that indicates the magnitude of a value.
In this case, even if a value is negative, the absolute value representing the magnitude of that value will always be positive.
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