Same mathematical signs equal plus Different mathematical signs equal minus Plus Plus = Plus (+)(+) = + Minus Minus = Plus (-)(-) = + Plus Minus = Minus (+)(-) = - Minus Plus = Minus (-)(+) = - So the direct answer to your question would be: plus minus equals minus
A plus + a plus is a plus.
No. The child could be either AA or Ao and they would have plus or minus, depending on if the a plus parent has plus plus, or plus minus
A minus and a minus makes a plus A plus and a plus makes a plus A minus and a plus or plus and a minus makes a minus 7 - -2 is a minus and a minus Therefore the answer is 7 + 2 = 9
A minus plus a minus will give a sum with a minus also.
Yes it does. A minus is the opposite of something, so the minus of a minus is a plus.
A plus with a minus under it means "plus or minus" in math.
A plus times a plus is still a plus. Below is the way I remembered it: If there is not a minus sign, it is plus (positive). If there is 1 minus sign, it is minus (negative). If there are 2 minus signs, it is plus (positive).
Because both minus signs to be cut therefore minus * minus will be treated as plus numbers
No, it becomes a plus, since minus x minus = plus
Your question does not make sense. It would probably be interpreted as a + = ++a ---a
a minus and a plus equal a minus number yeh dude
Positive (Plus) times Negative (Minus) always equals a negative (minus).
It is a problem that can be easily resolved with a calculator.
plus times plus = plus minus times plus = minus plus times minus = minus minus times minus = plus so when you subtract a number it is the same as adding its negative; for example 7 - 4 = 3 7 + (1)(-4) = 3
A minus plus a minus is not necessarily positive. A minus multiplied by a minus is. The reason being that the minus of a minus is a positive. It's a double negative.
Plus minus negative equals plus + plus because the negatives cancel out.
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It indicates "plus or minus".
A plus number.
They are called plus and minus - no difference there!