Q: 5 minus negative 3 equals what?

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No, it equals -7f.

2 - (-3) = 5 (The minus a negative becomes a positive, thus 2 + 3 = 5).

Negative 14

y equals negative 3 because negative 3 times negative 3 equals 9 minus five equals four then that means 2 times negative 3 equals negative 6 minus 10 then u have to do keep change change making the question instead of -6-10 its -6+-10 which equals -16

No - 2 minus 5 is 3. Not negative 3. Be careful when adding!

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-3 minus -2 is -1.

3 - 5 = -2

No, it equals -7f.

2 - (-3) = 5 (The minus a negative becomes a positive, thus 2 + 3 = 5).

If a equals 3 and b equals minus 5 then a minus b equals what

2-5=-3

Negative 5.

Negative 14

5

(-5)-(-3)-(-1)-1-3-5 (-2)-(-1)-1-3-5(-1)-1-3-5 (-2)-3-5 (-5)-5 (-10)

A negative number minus a positive number equals a minus number( E.G -5 - [+]5 = -10)A negative number minus a negative number equals a positive number ( If the number's big enough)(E.G -5 - -5 = 0 )Hope this helps :)

x= Negative 4