If you add zero to any number, the sum is the same number you started with.
zero + zero = zero
This means that the sum of the number and two is zero. So the number is -2.
The sum is zero.
Zero is useful because if we did not have the number zero then if we did the sum 7-7 then there would be no answer because the answer is zero, zero replaces and odd bits in a sum or something......
The negative number.
Two is the minimum number of vectors that will sum to zero.
Zero can be expressed as the sum of any two opposite mixed number.
If zero is added to a whole number the answer would be the whole number because zero is the same as nothing
Any negative number.
== The sum of any number and zero is that number.(2+0== 2) == the sum of any number and zero is that number. (2+0=2)
The sum of the factors of any negative number is zero.
It will be the same as the original number.
No. Such a sum can be positive, negative or zero.
They equal zero.