The sum of two positive numbers is always positive, and the sum of two negatives is always negative. If you have a positive and a negative number, there sum can be either, so look at the absolute values to decide. For example -3+2=-1. Since all you care about is the sign, look at the absolute value. If the negative number has a greater absolute value, the sum is negative and if the positive number's absolute value, which is the number itself, is bigger, the sum is positive. If the absolute values are equal, the sum is 0.
It depends, if a number with positive integers is greater than the number with the negative integer therefore the sum will be in positive integer. And if the number with positive integer is less than the number with the number with negative integer then the sum will be in negative integer.
Not necessarily; a positive number plus a negative number will be a positive number if the positive number is greater. Example: 10 + (-6) = 4
It isn't always negative. ... for example: -5 + 12 = 7 (a positive number) -5 + 2 = -3 (a negative number) -5 + 5 = 0 (neither negative nor positive) If the negative number has greater magnitude than the positive number, the sum will be negative If the positive number has greater magnitude than the negative number, the sum will be positive If the negative and positive numbers have the same magnitude, the sum will be zero.
The product of a positive and negative number is always negative The sum of a positive and negative number depends on which one is larger; subtract the two numbers and take the sign of the larger
If the negative number is bigger then the sum would be negative.If the positive number is bigger then the sum is positive.
No. The sum of two negative numbers will always be a negative number. If, however, you multiply the numbers, their product will be positive.
If a positive and negative number are added together, and the positive number has a greater value, the sum will be positive.
The sum of two positive integers is always positive.
No. The sum of a positive integer and a negative integer has the same sign as the larger integer.
It will always be positive.
The sum of two negative numbers is positive and the sum of two negatives is negative. If you have both positive and negative numbers the sum can be either so look at the absolute value. If the negative number has a greater absolute value, the sum is negative. If the positive number has a greater absolute value the sum is positive. If the absolute values are equal, the sum is zero.
No, always negative
No. In the case of 5 + (-3), for example, the positive number 2 is the solution. The sum would only be negative if the absolute value of the negative number is greater than the positive number.
They are always negative due to a negative plus a negative equaling a negative. It's similar to a positive plus a positive equaling a positive.
It always is a negative number. The result will be the sum of the two digits with a minus sign in front of it, eg, (-4) - (+7) = -4 - 7 = -11.
When the absolute value of the negative number is higher than the positive number.
The sum of two positive numbers is always positive.
No. It cannot be. Remember that when you square a negative number it becomes a positive number. Thus all squared deviations are positive and their sum must be positive.
Yes. But NOT always.