The value which refers to the distance of a number from the origin of a number line is called absolute values. It is represented as |a|, which defines the magnitude of any integer ‘a’.
The given expression 0/2 is equal to 0. So, |0|=0
There is no absolute value for 0 because the absolute value changes the sign of the numbers into positive and zero has no sign.
Ansolute value of 0/2 = 0