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If the negative number is bigger then the answer will be negative If the bigger number is positive then the answer will be positive. All you do is subtract the two numbers and take the sign of the bigger number Ex (+2)+(-7)=(-5)

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0no it doesnt. two negative numbers equal a negative number. two postivie numbers equal a positive number. one negative and one positive number equal a negative number.

It depends. It could equal either a negative number or a positive number, depending whether the negative number or the positive number is larger in absolute value. For example, -5 + 3 = -2, but -5 + 12 = +7.

A negative divided by a negative is a positive.

A positive number. Positive Number x Positive Number = Positive Number Positive Number x Negative Number = Negative Number Negative Number x Negative Number = Positive Number

Negative answer if the negative number is bigger. Positive answer if the positive number is bigger.

A negative number. A positive number x a positive number = a positive number A negative number x a negative number = a positive number A positive number x a negative number = a negative Hope this helps :D

A negative number TIMES a positive number will equal a negative number. A negative number DIVIDED BY a positive number (or vice versa) will equal a negative number. With addition and subtraction, it all depends on what the numbers are.

-10 x -5 = +50A negative times a negative will always equal a positive number.A negative times a positive will always equal a negative number.A positive times a positive will always equal a positive number.- x - = +- x + = -+ x + = +

It does not. A negative number multiplied by a negative number equals a positive number.

A negative number minus a positive number will always be a negative number.

A positive number divided by a negative number equals a negative number.

That is correct. If you subtract a positive number from a negative number, your result is negative.

A negative number subtracted by a positive number will always end up negative.

When dealing with multiplication, a positive and a negative number forms a negative answer.

It can equal a positive, zero or a negative number.

It will always be a positive number.

A positive number added to a negative number may be either positive or negative depending on the magnititude ( absolute value) of the numbers. But a positive number multiplied by a negative number is always negative.

No. An odd number of negatives in multiplication is negative.

No! If they were the same what would be the point in calling them positive or negative?

It could equal both a negagtive number or a positive number. To get a definite positive or negative you times or divide. Well in addition and subtraction negative plus a negative equals a bigger negative. Kinda like -4+-4 =-8, but in multiplication and division 2 negatives equal a positive. -2 times-2 =positive 4.

Actually it does, whenever you mulitply and divide two negative and two positive numbers they always equal a positive number. When you multiply and divide a negative and positive they always equal a negative number.

It depends, whether if the positive number you are adding is higher than your negative number that you started off with. (Eg. -2+3=1)

Positive. A negative number added to a positive would reduce the original to a smaller positive, to zero, or to a negative depending on their relative values but subtracting a negative number from a positive number will always increase the value of the positive.

Not necessarily. A negative number plus a positive number can be negative, zero or positive.

A negative number multiplied by a negative yields a positive answer.

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