No, or more accurately "not necessarily".
A negative to any even power is positive. -2, -4, -6 etc. are even, so a negative number raised to any of those powers will be positive.
However, a negative number raised to an odd negative power (-1, -3, -5 etc.) will be negative.
positive 49 Because a negative times a negative is a positive. -7*-7=49. positive * positive = positive negative * negative= positive positive * negative = Negative
negative multiplied by negative would be positive
it is positive =1/25
It will be the same as its positive counterpart to the tenth power.
negative: it uses power. Positive: you can google how to save the Envroment and save power
"Positive power" is the power to create legislation (such as that held by the U.S. Congress). "Negative power" is the power to veto legislation (such as that held by the U.S. President).
Red is positive, Black is the negative
It does not work that way. A negative power is simply the reciprocal. So that x-a = 1/xa The reciprocal is negative or positive according to whether the number itself is negative or positive. [And, if the number is 0, the reciprocal is not defined.]
The result will be a negative value.
The answer is negative (-1 raised to the power of 100 = -1)