You will get a positive integer. If you subtract a negative number, you will be adding it. I think of it like 2 minuses equals a plus. :P
No a positive plus a positive is not a negative its a positive. because um lets say 6+7 there is no negative number so its just like regular adding.
Negative sixteen plus thirty two is 16. When a number is negative, subtract the negative number from the positive one to find the answer.
Its the double negative principle minus a negative = plus a positive4 - (-4) = 4 + 4 = 8
positive is to add and negative is to subtract in math
subtract the negative from the positive
If you subtract a negative from a positive, add both of their absolute values. If you subtract a positive from a negative, add both of their absolute values and multiply by negative one.
a negative subtracted by a positive will always equal a negative.
You actually take the positive, and put it in front:2+-5=?Then make the negative positive and subtract:2-5=-3dude just reme.... + plus a + = +and a - plus + = -and a - minus a - equals a -and a - minus a plus a + = -ok... sozz... a bit unclear... =='
If you mean when you subtract a negative from a positive what does it make? If so, you will get a positive answer. This is because the two negative symbols are basically multiplied, and if you multiply two negatives you get a positive, so a positive number minus a negative number becomes a positive number plus a positive number. 6 - (-5) = 11 2 - (-10) = 12 125 - (-15) = 140