yes, 1 neg. + 1 pos. = neg. 2 neg. = pos.
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)
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 is neg 1.
Negative eight over two is equal to negative four.
neg(-k) + neg(-k) = k + k = 2k = 4
-3/4 ÷ -1/2 = 11/2 or 1.5
-3 and 2/3
Only 2% of the people have B neg. blood. They can give blood to B neg people only. Can receive O neg. if needed. B Neg. is best. It's the newest blood group known and was develope over time for higher alatues.
Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, 2/-9 is equal to -(2/9) or negative 2 over 9.
neg 2 and two thirds -2 2/3 in a mixed number the neg sign is for both the whole number and the fraction