# What number, when 10 is subtracted from it, ends up, absolutely, as the same number that we started with?

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What number, when 10 is subtracted from it, ends up, absolutely, as the same number that we started with?
posted Jun 1, 2016
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The answer is 5

answer Jun 5, 2016
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The answer is number 5 because

5 - 10 = -5
In terms of absolute value I -5 I = 5

answer Jun 6, 2016 by anonymous

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