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Q: Is the difference between two integers with different signs always negative?

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They are different operations, giving different results. Example: 1+1=2, 1*1=1.

Directed numbers have a positive or negative sign associated with them. (The positive sign may be implied). They can be rational fractions (including mixed numbers) or irrational. Integers cannot be fractions or irrational.

Fractions are integers divided by integers. Percentages are the number of hundredths.

Subtract the smaller from the larger.

-1, 0 and 1.

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A non-negative integer is a whole number above 0, and a negative integer is a whole number below 0.

natural numbers can not be negative. integers can be both positive and negative.

1. a negative number has a minus(-) sign before the number. 2. A negative number is always below zero.

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if you were to do it as a fraction the two integers would be 1 and a half. your welcome:] !!!

The difference depends on the integers. If the first integer is greater than the second then difference is positive. If the first integer is less than the second then difference is negative. For example 6-4 = +2; 4-6 = -2

-- write the difference between the integers without regard to their signs -- give the difference the same sign as the larger of the two integers

There are no negative integers between positive ones on the number line.

That's because the integers may be negative. For example, the sum of (-6) and (-6) is (-12), which is less than their difference (0).

There are no integers between 0 and negative one.

If difference is taken to mean the first number minus the second then the answer can be positive or negative (or zero if the two numbers are the same). For example: the difference between -5 and -3 is -2 while the difference between -3 and -5 is +2.