# min max abs

Python provides a big list of built-in functions that make performing many operations way easier.
`print()` and `input()` are great examples of such built-in functions. When dealing with computations, in many cases it’s required to compute `min` or `max` values among several values. To help with those operations python provides built-in functions `min()`, `max()`, and `abs()` to compute the minimum, maximum, and the absolute value correspondingly.
``````# max() examples
print(max(10, 17, 12))          # 17
a = max(0, -8)                  # 0

# min() examples
print(min(11, 10, 2, -7, 0))    # -7
print(min(3, a, -1))            # -1

# abs() examples
print(abs(-10))                 # 10
print(abs(10))                  # 10
x = -2
x = abs(x)
print(x)                        # 2``````
Notice that `abs()` takes only a single value and computes the absolute value for only 1 item, while `min()` and `max()` operate with an arbitrary number of values.
Try providing `min` or `max` a single value. What will happen? Why?

#### Challenge

Given 4 floating-point numbers in the input, compute their minimum and maximum and print the values in the output side by side. The next 4 lines should contain the absolute values for all the inputted numbers.
 Input Output 0 3.3 4 -2.3 -2.3 4 0 3.3 4 2.3

#### Constraints

Time limit: 2 seconds

Memory limit: 512 MB

Output limit: 1 MB