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Q: What does negative 1 plus positive 5 equal?

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1 plus negative 10 is equal to -9.

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6 + (-1) positive and negative will equal negative. so it's 6-1 that would equal 5. positive and positive= positive positive negative= negative negative negative = positive negative positive= negative

negative -1/2+-1/2 = -1

some times 3+(-2) = 1 but 2+(-3) = -1

4 + (-5) = -1

Negative. Adding a negative is the same as subtracting a positive. -2 + -3= -2 - 3= -5, not 1

When you multiply a negative number by a positive number then the product is always negative. When you multiply a positive number by a negative number then the product is always negative. ( - 2 ) ( + 3 ) = - 6 ( - 4 ) ( 1 ) = - 4 ( - 1 ) 2 = - 2 ( + 2 ) ( - 2 ) = - 4 ( 3 ) ( - 2 ) = - 6 4 ( - 2 ) = - 8

Not necessarily. 5 + (-6) = -1, a negative 5 + (-5) = 0 or 5 + (-4) = 1, a positive.

No, the integers with the greater absolute value (-9 is 9 and 1 is 1) has its sign. You're right about the eight but it's negative.

Negative plus Negative would equal positive in Maths. like this: -7 + -8 = 1 Because you're adding a minus It Will Not Equal a Positive it will Equal a Negative. -7+-8= -15. Because you are adding a negative to another negative. If the problem was -7+8= 1. Because you are taking seven out of that eight. If It were to be multiplication than a negative TIMES a negative would have been a positive(-8 x -7=56). And a negative TIMES a positive would be a negative (-8 x 7=-56).

Negative plus a negative is a negative. Ex. -1+-1=-2 Negative times a negative is a positive. -2*-2=4 But a negative [minus] plus a positive [plus] can be minus, zero or plus: For example, -3 + 2 = -1 -3 + 3 = 0 -3 + 4 = +1

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well it depends if the negative is bigger than the positive or viseversa. lets say you have -5+7 it would equal 2. if it was -7+5 it would equal -2. In short, a positive number plus a negative number is the same thing as a positive number minus another positive number. Example: 3 + (-2) = 1 3 - 2 = 1

When describing numbers, plus means the number is positive, or above 0. A negative number is one which is below 0. -1 is negative and +1 is positive.

both are 1s are negative and negative multiply negative = positive

Negative. Example: (-1) - (+1) = -2

It depends on the magnitude of the negative and positive values. Equal magnitudes equal zero. -2 + 2 = 0 Larger negative number than positive number equals a negative number. -3 + 2 = -1 Smaller negative number than positive number equals a positive number. -2 + 3 = 1

Not necessarily. Depends which has the greater absolute value - the greater distance from zero. Examples: 4 + (-1) = +1; (-5) + 3 = (-2).

It depends, whether if the positive number you are adding is higher than your negative number that you started off with. (Eg. -2+3=1)

a negative number plus a negative number is negative. here is a proof.(-x)+(-x)(-1)x+(-1)x-1(x+x)-1(2x)-2xa negative number times a negative number is positive though.

It's 0.

Not if the negative number is greater than the positive. If the positive number is greater than the negative, it logically follows that the resulting number would be positive. Example: -2 + 1 = -1 -2 + 2 = 0 -2 + 3 = 1

Positive six: 6 or +6.