If you add zero to any number, the sum is the same number you started with.
it is 10 times larger (of the number that was multiplied by 10 or added a zero at the end)
You could add a negative number. ex. 98 + -100 = -2
The additive identity is zero. When you add a number and 0, the sum equals the original number.
zero + zero = zero
No, the product is, but not the sum. 0 + 2 = 2
This means that the sum of the number and two is zero. So the number is -2.
The sum is zero.
The negative number.
The additive inverse property states that if you add a number and it's opposite the sum is zero. copy-ed from "ashby" your welcome C:
Two is the minimum number of vectors that will sum to zero.
Any number you can add up to get the sum
The sum will have the same sign as the number with the largest magnitude. If the numbers have the same magnitude, then the answer is zero, which is positive.
When you add zero to any quantity, the sum is the original quantity.
Zero is useful because if we did not have the number zero then if we did the sum 7-7 then there would be no answer because the answer is zero, zero replaces and odd bits in a sum or something......
Zero can be expressed as the sum of any two opposite mixed number.
A number and its opposite,which add to zero.
The sum of the factors of any negative number is zero.
You may think that there is a unique solution to that problem, but that is not the case. Any positive number can be added to the negative version of itself to obtain a sum of zero (-589 added to 589 is zero, etc.) The simplest case, of course, is to add zero to zero, getting a total of zero.