Q: Does a minus times a minus equal a plus?

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+ times a + = a plus- times a + = a minus- times a - = a plus+ times a - = a minus

2

-2 times -2 = plus 4 since minus times minus is plus

8 plus 1 times 12 minus 13 is equal to seven.

Three minus three times six plus two is equal to -13.

1 minus 2 plus 123 times 4 is equal to 491.

7 plus 7 divided by 7 plus 7 times 7 minus 7 is equal to 50.

a minus and a plus equal a minus number yeh dude

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

Two plus 3 minus 2 times 1 squared plus 4 times 16 squared minus 4 times 2 is equal to 1,019.

Minus 1 times 0 plus 3 divided by 3 is equal to 1

17

2 times 2 plus 2 times 2 plus 2 minus 2 times 2 is equal to 6.

2.8 times 4 plus 9 plus 3 minus 2.8 plus 4.2 is equal to 24.6

two negatives always equal a positive

-6 times 12 plus 14 minus 3 is equal to -61.

Six times 5^2 minus 5 times 4 plus 8 is equal to 138.

7 plus 7 divided by 7 plus 7 times 7 minus 7 is equal to 50.

Six plus four divided by eight times nine minus four is equal to 6.5

it doesn't

Positive (Plus) times Negative (Minus) always equals a negative (minus).

14 plus 8 minus 9 times 6 is equal to -32.

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

Nope, it's 49.

Yes: the equation is tautological!