I approached it as:

|-3|=-m

-3 = -m and 3 = -m

Next would be divide by -1 to get rid of the negative m.

3=m and -3 = m, therefore I responded D.

Correct Answer: B

I approached it as:

|-3|=-m

-3 = -m and 3 = -m

Next would be divide by -1 to get rid of the negative m.

3=m and -3 = m, therefore I responded D.

Correct Answer: B

Value on the left hand side will be yield 3 because itâ€™s an absolute value. This has to equal negative m.

Now if left hand side gives us positive 3, the right hand side must also give us positive 3. If you substitute m with negative 3, you get positive 3 on the right side because two negatives cancel each other out.

Thus, between the value of m (negative 3) and 3, 3 is the bigger one aka choice B

If its |number| = x then, it will be number = x

eg: |3| = x , then x = 3

Similarly, |-number| = x then it will be number = x

eg:|-3| = x ,then x = 3

But if we have a variable inside absolute sign then ,

\left|x\right|=3

the x will be equal -3 and 3

same with \left|-x\right|=3

then also, x will be equal to -3 and 3