**Common questions about the ABS formula include:**

1. What does the ABS formula do?

2. How do you use the ABS formula?

3. What are the syntax and parameters of the ABS formula?

The ABS formula can be

**used to return the absolute value of a given number**. This can be useful for calculations that require absolute values.

The ABS formula can be

**commonly mistyped**as either ABS() or ABSOLUTE().

**Common ways of using the ABS formula inappropriately**include using it in a range of cells, or on an array of text or numbers that are not numerical values.

**Common pitfalls**when using the ABS formula include forgetting to use = sign before the formula, not enclosing the argument in parentheses, not passing a numeric value as the argument, or inputting incorrect parameters.

**Common mistakes**when using the ABS Formula include passing a non-numeric value as the argument, not inputting the correct parameters, or accidentally typing in ABS() instead of the absolute formula.

**Common misconceptions**with the ABS Formula include thinking it is used only for positive numbers, or not understanding how to assign the argument.