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Q: Does a neg number plus a neg number equal a positive number?

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No, a negative number times a negative number will equal a positive answer. e.g. -2 x-2 = 4 (a positive 4) e.g. -3 x -3 = 9 (positive)

Yes, if you divide a positive number by a negative number the result will be a negative number

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yes, 1 neg. + 1 pos. = neg. 2 neg. = pos.

No. An AB neg can receive blood from any blood group with a negative Rh (A neg, B neg, AB neg, O neg).

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No. An AB neg can receive blood from any blood group with a negative Rh (A neg, B neg, AB neg, O neg).

There's no general rule. The result could be positive and it could also be negative. It depends on how big both numbers are. (neg 5) minus (neg 7) = pos 2 (neg 5) minus (neg 3) = neg 2

It depends if you are A pos or A neg. If you are A pos, you can receive A pos, A neg, O pos, and O neg. If you are A neg, you can receive A neg, or O neg. The reason for this is that if you are A neg and receive Rh positive blood, it is possible you may develop an Anti-D antibody (Rh antibody)which would cause you to have a reaction to further transfusion of Rh positive units.

Normally Positive (+) is RED and Negative (-) is Black.

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