only if the positive fraction is "larger" than the negative one.
The sum will take on the sign of whichever one is greater.
a negative subtracted by a positive will always equal a negative.
If you mean negative numerator and negative denominator then the answer is Yes.
when you have a negative times a negative it will equal a positive but when you have a negative times a positive it will equal a negative no matter what!
No, it is a negative
A negative times a positive is a negative.
A positive times a negative is a negative.
It can be a fraction less than -1 (num negative, den positive), or greater than or equal to 0 (both negative or both positive).
No, a negative multiplied by a negative is a positive, as is of course a positive multiplied by a positive. Only when a negative is multiplied by a positive is the answer negative.
positive and a positive is a positive negative and a negative is a positive to answer your question: positive and a negative is a negative.
No. Negative and positive are actually opposites.
No it equals negative. (-)+(+)=(-)
no. it is still negative.
It equals a negative.. (:
Positive 13 does not equal to negative 13 because the positive 13 is greater than negative 13.
When dealing with multiplication, a positive and a negative number forms a negative answer.
No. It is positive.
It is a positive.