No. -5 x -5 = -25 ... still a negative number.
As written, the question has no solution.It was supposed to read " ... negative number squared...", but was corruptedduring the complex typing operation. Had it been correctly typed, the answerwould have been -9 .
What is the quotient of twice the number and three
No because 25 is a rational number
Five more than twice a number is -13 find the number
Five squared is 25
A Negative number but yes it is a number.
We can't be sure from a reading of the question.The question could be saying " ... five times [ (a number X) squared ] ...",or it could be saying " ... (five times a number X) squared ...' .In the first case, it's [ 5x2 ] .In the second case, it's [ (5x)2 ] which is equal to [ 25 x2 ].
If the number is 'z', then five less than twice the number is ( 2z - 5 ).
Five km2 = 1.93 square miles.
Five is not a negative number. It is odd, but if you put a - in front of it, it IS negative.(Negative numbers are always preceded by a negative sign, like -5.)
Five squared is five times five, which equals twenty five(25).
|5n - 2n|
My dad is a Math teacher and we have just been learning about this the answer is 30 because a negative x negative (-5 x -5) is a positive so -5 x -5 is 25 25 +5 =30
The property of the number 1 as the multiplicative identity for numbers.
2x + 5