Positive nine, or plus eighteen.
The opposite of the opposite is the original value, -9.
-3 x -3=9 A rule in pre-algebra summarizes in a problem when their is an odd amount of odd - (negative numbers) then the answer is negative, if it is even is is positive.So the problem is asking, the opposite of three times the opposite of three equals 9, so lets take one of those opposites away. The opposite of three times three equals opposite of nine. (If you haven't noticed, negative and opposite are interchangeable.) And another opposite and get the original problem, the opposite of three times the opposite of three equals 9. So the opposite of the negative nine from the first multiply, is positive nine.Example-3 x 3= -9 (1 negative)-3 x -3= 9 (2 negative, the opposite of the opposite.)Tips- It is easier to think as two - - = +,DO NOT MISTAKE THIS WITH ++=+, IT DOES NOT EQUAL A NEGATIVE.THIS ONLY WORKS WITH MULTIPLYING AND DIVIDING.(in basic math)
depends ...... a. 7(-3) means 7 times (negative 3) b. (-1) negative # c. -(9) the opposite of nine
The opposite of negative is positive
Negative in English terms means "opposite." Multiplication can represent "of". So, negative times negative is the "opposite of the opposite." And the opposite of an opposite is the same, hence positive, because "same" is the opposite of "opposite" and positive is the opposite of negative. So if you put it into English words, it actually makes some sense. In essence, negative and negative "cancel out."
Change the sign to a positive. -12 12
negative nine is the value of negative nine
It is negative one plus nine imaginary.It is negative one plus nine imaginary.It is negative one plus nine imaginary.It is negative one plus nine imaginary.
The opposite is: negative (the absolute value of negative 30).
It is the sign that is opposite, not the number But if the number magnitude is the same, it is correct to say that ,for example, negative 6 is the opposite of positive six. But negative 4 is not the opposite of negative 8, for example
opposite of mean "negative" so the opposite of x is negative x or -x.
The question is somewhat ambiguous since you do not define "opposite". If what you are asking is: is the negative of a negative sometimes negative, the answer is: No, never.
-9 - -9 = 0
Negative twenty nine minus negative twenty one is negative eight.
No. The product of two opposite numbers is always negative. Negative x positive = negative and Positive x negative = negative
Negative eighty one :d
if a is bad, then negative bad or not bad is good.-a means the opposite of a. Since a is negative and the opposite of a negative is positive, -a is positive.
never a negative number * * * * * ... true if, by opposite, you mean the additive inverse. However, the multplicative inverse is also an opposite. And the multiplicative inverse of a negative number is always negative.
The opposite polarity or charge is negative. The opposite of a numeral or balance is also negative, or deficient. The opposite of (being) positive would be unsure or uncertain.
The additive opposite is + 3.6 (negative of a negative). The multiplicative opposite (inverse) is 1/-3.6 or - 5/18
Inexact. The opposite of an opposite is a double negative, which is the term itself.
perpendiculars("Opposite" is a pretty arbitrary condition in math. The slopes are negative reciprocals.)and by negative that person means the opposite of what it is already, negative or positive, it's not always negative
opposites somehow like a positive number is the opposite of a negative and a negative number is the opposite of a positive