That will depend on the two integers that you use. The result could be any of negative, zero or positive.
the answer is a positive because two negative or two positive is always positive.
Formally, the difference between two numbers, x and y, is abs(x - y) which is never negative. If the two numbers are the same then the difference is 0 else it is positive. If you define the difference as x - y then it is positive if x > y, 0 if x = y and negative if x < y.
You subtract the smaller from the larger. The difference between 11 and 45 is found by adding negative 11 to positive 45 +45 -11 ----. +34
You can do this by inspection. If the second number is smaller than the first, their difference is positive. If the second number is greater than the first, then their difference is negative. If the second number is the same as the first number, then their difference is zero.
WHOEVER ANSWERED THIS PREVIOUSLY HAS NO IDEA WHAT WE ARE ALL TALKIN ABOUT , OBVIOUSLY * * * * * Ok, here is someone who might know. If the first number is bigger than the second, the difference is positive; If the first number is the same as the second, the difference is zero; and If the first number is smaller than the second, the difference is negative.
Negative voltage is voltage that is more negative in polarity than the ground of the circuit.AnswerSince 'voltage' is simply another word for 'potential difference', it can be neither negative or positive in the 'charge' sense! These terms can only be applied to 'potential', not to 'potential difference' (voltage).So, the terms 'positive' and 'negative', when applied to voltage, simply indicate sense or direction in which the potential difference is acting. For example, if you decide that a car battery's voltage is acting in the 'positive' sense in the charging circuit, then the alternator's voltage must then be acting in the 'negative' sense -in other words in the opposite direction to the battery.
The number with the smaller absolute value (magnitude) is greater.
It will be negative thus -16
The positive number is always greater.
-- Ignore the signs for a moment. -- Find the difference of the two integers. -- Give it the sign of whichever integer is the bigger number.
-- Ignore the signs. -- Divide the first fraction by the second fraction, then decide whether the answer is positive or negative. -- If both numbers in a division have the same sign, then the quotient is positive. So the quotient is positive, and you're done.