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Q: Is the order of operation still the same in the case of negative - or positive in algebra?

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Order of operation is key. Square first. 4 squared is 16. then multiply 16x-3= -48. A negative times a positive is a negative.

-6 Yes the answer would be -6. But in order to get that answer you must know this: positive divided by a positive = positive positive divided by a negative = a negative negative divided by a positive = a negative negative divided by a negative = positive (also note: it's the same formula for multiplying)

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Negative first, then zero and then the positive.

Yes, an AB negative father can parent an A positive child. However, in order for this to happen the mother would need to be positive.

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they won't react because it needs a negative charge in order to react

i belive its either a positive or negative going in chronological order ex: -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4

No. One parent would have to be Rh factor positive in order to have a child that was positive. If an Rh positive child is born to an Rh negative mother, the father must be Rh positive.

Because 1. Positive integers are greater than negative integers, and 2. Division by a positive number preserves the order.

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