when -n = x and x is a negative #, n is the absolute value of x
Is false. If ' n ' is negative, then ' -n ' is positive.
The absolute value of any negative number -n is equal to the corresponding positive number n. In this instance, abs(-75) = 75.
A positive number will always be greater than a negative number. If two integers have the same sign, and this sign is negative, then the lower number in absolute value will be the highest. If two integers have positive signs, the larger number will be the highest. If one of the numbers is zero and the other number is negative, then zero will always be the higher number. If one of the numbers is zero, and the other number is positive, the positive number wil always be highest. And just a reminder, for any number n, the absolute value of n, often written |n| , we have |n|=n if n is greater than or equal to zero and |n|= negative n if n is less than zero. For example, |3|=3 |-3|= -(-3)=3
the log of a number, X, is equal to some value , N, and by definition 10 to the N power =X 10 to any power is always positive
Sometimes.* If "n" is positive, "-n" is negative. * If "n" is negative, "-n" is positive. * If "n" is zero, "-n" is also zesro.
It depends on what you mean by a number. If n is a positive integer (except for 1), then n^2 is greater than n. If n = 0 or 1, then n and n^2 are equal. If n = 1/2, then n is greater than its square. If n is negative, then n is always less than its square.
Will always be odd. Suppose that a number n is an odd number. Any n times 2 must equal an even number. 2n - n = n
it is because the total number of positive and negative charges remain equal throughout, so the Semi condt is always neutral in state.
There are an infinity of possible answers. Let n be any number. Then select negative (n+1). Their sum will always be negative one and they will have the product -n2 -n
A negative times a negative is a positive. A simple way to remember this is... n * p = n p* n = n p * p = p n * n = p There will always be two negatives, and two positives.
Period number is always equal to an electron's primary quantum number, n.
First, we compute the variance by taking the sum of squares and divide that by N which is the number of data points in the same. It is average squared deviation of each number from its mean. The point is a squared number is always positive and N is always positive so the variance must always be non-negative. ( It can be 0). The variance is a measure of the dispersion of a set of data points around their mean value. It would not make sense for it to be negative.
Let n equal any number Let a equal the answer 2n+1= a
any negative number -n can be written as -1*n (minus 1 times that number). so, multiplying two negative numbers together:-n * -m = -1*n * -1*m = -1*-1*n*m = n*m (which is always positive)-6*-9 = -1*-1*6*9 = 6*9 = 54
You find multiples of a number by multiplying that number by successive counting numbers. Let N equal the number. The first multiple is always the original number (N x 1) The rest will be N x 2, N x 3, N x 4 and so on.
Difficult to tell without brackets, but (n-1)*(n+1) = n^2 - 1 [in other words, n squared minus 1] is a useful algebraic identity.
-n/9 where n is positive.
No, the sum of internal angles of polygons is represented by the equation 180(n-2) where n is the number of sides. The sum of the external angles, however, does always equal to 360 degrees.
The additive inverse states that a number added to its opposite will equal zero. A + (-A) = 0 The "opposite" number here is the "negative" of the number. For any number n, the additive inverse is (-1)n.
That would be -n. Note that if n is positive, -n is negative, whereas if n is negative, -n will be positive.
The sum of a number and its negative (additive inverse) is zero. For any nonzero value n, n + (-n) = 0
The additive inverse states that a number added to its opposite will equal zero. A + (-A) = 0. The "opposite" number here is the "negative" of the number. For any number n, the additive inverse is (-1)n. So therefore yes.
n to the -2 power is improper, to get rid of the negative, you flip it so, n to the -2 would be 1 /n to the 2