A negative number TIMES a positive number will equal a negative number.
A negative number DIVIDED BY a positive number (or vice versa) will equal a negative number.
With addition and subtraction, it all depends on what the numbers are.
KCC! keep change change ... lets say it is 6-(-7)= 6
due to the fact that 2 negatives cannot equal a negative, even when subtracting. you must change the sign or else it will cause a major syntax error.
Negative divided by a negative is always a positive.
The product of two positive numbers or two negative numbers is a positive number.
5^-2 can be expressed as; 1/5^2 = 1/25 positive
Sure, why not?
It can be either.
no it doesnt. two negative numbers equal a negative number. two postivie numbers equal a positive number. one negative and one positive number equal a negative number.
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The sum can go either way. The sign of the sum will be the same as the sign of whichever original number is bigger (without regard for signs).