Q: How does a positive 100 minus a negative 30 equal a positive 130?

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a negative minus a positive is a negative ex: -12-13=-25 -9-2=-11 -100-1=-101

100 - -18 =118

100 minus -80 is 180.

50 - -50 = 100

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Negative 100 times negative 1 equals to positive 100.

The square root of 100 is 10 but positive and a negative is a negative so it is negative 10

Positive 73 is.

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-100(negative 100)+100(positive 100)=0. If you have 100 of something(the +100) and then take away 100 (the -100), you're left with nothing (the 0). So it's 0.

The difference is 9,900

3,000 plus 596 divided by minus 100 is equal to 2,994.04

100 - 110 = -10.

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The answer is -100, since negative multiplied by a positive is always negative, this has to be the answer.

no- it depends on the absolute values of the numbers. The sum is negative only if the absolute value ( the value without the sign) is larger than the positive number. example -98 + 100 is positive because 100 is larger than 98. -100 + 98 is negative because 100 is larger than 98.

100 + 1000 - 75 = 1025

It is: 17/100

The answer is negative (-1 raised to the power of 100 = -1)

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One minus twenty-eight over 100 equals -.27 or Negative twenty-seven hundredths.

It is: 999.999 minus 899.999 = 100

A negative number divided by a positive number will be a negative number. For example: -20 / 4 = -5 -100 / 2 = -50 Here are the other cases of division by positive or negative numbers. A negative number divided by a negative number would be a positive number. A positive number divided by a positive number would be a positive number. A positive number divided by a negative number would be a negative number.

A negative number multiplied by a positive number is always a negative number: 3 x 100 = 300 Therefore -3 x 100 = -300