Positive (Plus) times Negative (Minus) always equals a negative (minus).
27 times 3 minus 46 plus 23 equals 58.
Negative times positive equals negative.
2x57-99 equal 15
(-3)-(4)=(-3)+4=1 Minus times minus equals plus. The reason for this we need not discuss.
5. Just do 9 minus 4. 5 plus 4 equals 9
You are taking something away a negative amount of times. Which means you are actually giving.
It is an equation and the value of n is 9
All the time
Plus minus negative equals plus + plus because the negatives cancel out.
+ times a + = a plus- times a + = a minus- times a - = a plus+ times a - = a minus
7 minus 1 times 0 plus 3 divided by 3 equals 8.
Using the discriminant for a quadratic equation the value of k works out as plus or minus 12.
That will depend on the plus or minus value of 12 which has not been given.
1 plus 1 plus 1 plus 1 equals 1 times 4. 1 times 4 equals 4. 4 minus 4 equals 0. 0
If you have negetive 7 and you multiply it by 3 you are just adding negetive 7 three times so it remains negetive
Your question does not make sense. It would probably be interpreted as a + = ++a ---a
This needs to be in order of operations first, or else there is a lot of different answers.
Commutative, not communtative The mathematical property of being able to change the order of the numbers and not change the answer. A plus B equals B plus A (1 plus 3 equals 4, 3 plus 1 equals 4) A times B equals B times A (2 times 5 equals 10, 5 times 2 equals 10) Addition and multiplication are commutative operators A minus B is not necessarily equal to B minus A (6 minus 4 equals 2, 4 minus 6 equals minus 2) A divided B is not necessarily equal to B divided A (9 divided by 3 equals 3, 3 divided by 9 equals one-third) Subtraction and division are not commutative operators