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Q: Does a negative 10 and a positive 10 equal zero?

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-10 x -5 = +50A negative times a negative will always equal a positive number.A negative times a positive will always equal a negative number.A positive times a positive will always equal a positive number.- x - = +- x + = -+ x + = +

The answer can be negative, zero, or positive. For example: -15 + 20 + (-10) = -5 -15 + 20 + (-5) = 0 -15 + 20 + (-2) = 3

1 plus negative 10 is equal to -9.

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If you add a positive number, another positive number, and a negative number, you can get anything - the result may be positive, negative, or zero. It all depends on the magnitudes of the numbers involved. For example: 10 + 10 - 1 = 19 (positive) 5 + 5 - 10 = 0 (zero) 5 + 6 - 20 = -9 (negative)

No,because if you add -5 and 10 you get 5 which is not equal to zero. They way you would get 0 as an answer is if you add a negative integer and it's opposite like -5 and 5. Then your answer would be zero.

No, a negative x a negative = a positive. (-5) x (-2) = 10

draw a flow chart to input ten number and count the positive negative and zero

factors are the numbers you multiply together to get a product in a multiplication problem. a positive times a positive = a positive a positive times a negative = a negative a negative times a negative = a positive since you are looking for negative 10, you need one factor to be positive and one to be negative. this could be: -1*10 -10*1 -2*5 -5*2

No. All positive numbers are greater than zero and all negative numbers are less than zero. Therefore, all positive numbers are greater than all negative numbers. That said, there is a such thing as absolute value, which is how far a number is from zero. For example the absolute value of -10 is 10. The absolute value of a negative number can be greater than that of a positive number.

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