Is it true that no positive number is less than its absolute value?

If false, why?

It’s true, because every positive number is equaled to its absolute value. Absolute value is the distance from the origin zero, in either the left or right direction. So absolute value can’t be negative.
|-3| = 3.
|3| = 3.

It’s true. In fact every positive number equals its absolute value!

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