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Q: Can the cube root of a positive number ever be a negative number?

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negative*negative=positive negative/positive=negative negative\negative=positve negative-positive=change the sign to a plus and then change the number after the sign and get your answer negative +positive=which ever numbr is bigger minus positive+positive=positive

The absolute value is only ever positive. * * * * * Or 0.

If ever you have an odd number of negative numbers, the product will always be a negative number. So the answer to this question is negative.

No, it cannot.

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All electrical charges have a negative and a positive polarity. With lightning it is normally thought that the positive is up in the sky, but it is in fact the opposite way round. The negative is in the sky and the positive is the end that touches what ever is struck.

You can't. A number is not something you can change. A number just is.Take a nice number like (-2). (-2) Is now, always has been, and always will be a negative number. You can use it in mathematical expressions like (-2)*(-3), (which evaluates to a positive number, by the way), but nothing you can ever do or say will change what (-2) means.

Real numbers are composed of rational and irrational numbers. Integers are part of the group (set) of rational numbers. And the integers are composed of the counting numbers (1, 2, 3, ...) and their negative counterparts (-1, -2, -3, ...). Oh, almost forgot. There is one more integer that is neither positive or negative. It's the number zero. Zero is an integer (neither positive or negative). The smallest real number ever is zero.

Since an array cannot contain a negative number of items, the size of an array must be at least 0. So if you ever tried to retrieve the element at a negative index in an array, it would automatically be understood to be out-of-bounds.

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