## Python abs() Function

A built-in Python function that gets used a lot in computational work is the abs() function. The abs() function accepts a numeric value as input and returns the absolute value of that input. The absolute value refers to the non-negative value of a number. So for example the absolute value of -10 is 10. The absolute value of 10 is also 10. In this tutorial, we will look at examples of how to use the abs() function in some small Python programs.…