A quotient is the answer to a multiplication problem. Therefore, just multiply the two numbers.
Treat the "plus positive X" as "minus negative X". Example: Positive two plus positive two equals positive four. Positive two minus negative two equals positive four.
You must be referring to some problem where all the numbers are 1 or above.
Actually, natural numbers are your counting numbers such as 1,2,3 etc. Integers include negative AND positive whole numbers. Such as: -99,56m,-895241544,etc. The answer to this problem can be infinite.
yes, just look at this problem, 3-4=-1. its simple math
The problem is to find the largest positive integer which goes evenly into the two given numbers.
this question is not complete greater than zero? you need a problem to go with this question
it depends if you want the answer or the numbers in the problem
positive and positive is not a problem
If mother is Rh positive there will be no problem. Problem can arise when mother is negative and baby positive.
It truly depends on what the problem is, but normally a negative will change the overall answer of the sum: + and - = negative answer - and - = positive answer + and + = positive answer - and + = negative answer
It is not that easy, but very interesting problem.