For example: three hundred and forty five minus six hundred and forty two equals three hundred and three. thats how u write it in words
a negative minus a negative = a positive. the two negatives put together make a plus sign. example... 5-(-7) = 13
You can use "minus", "negative", "in debit" or "below zero".
You meana += ++a - --a?Well, it can be anything, depending on the compiler's decision. Never ever write expressions like this.
No. Logarithms are not defined for 0 or negative numbers.However, if we use complex numbers, ln -1 equals 3.1416i or pii andlog -1 equals ~ 1.36iAns. 2Although logarithms are not defined for negative numbers, if you want to use logs just for the multiplication or division of non-zero real numbers it is easy to do.make a note of how many of the operands are negativeif there are an odd number of negatives, write down "minus"use the logs as if all numbers are positiveif you wrote down minus, put a minus sign before the result.
How to write them? ten to the minus three is 10^-3How to multiply them? add the exponents. Ex: 10^-3 x 10^-4 = 10^-7
3 I think the question is not 8 plus minus five, i think its 8 plus negative 5, which would still be three. ie. 8+(-5)=3 or 8+-5=3. the proper way to write 8 plus negative five is my first example
Six times three equals eighteen. Subtracting twenty-four leaves your sum at negative six.