Q: What does 10 to the negative 1 equal?

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1 plus negative 10 is equal to -9.

it is 1/100,000,000 or 1/10 to the negative 8th power.

Because 1*10-1 is equal to 0.1 in standard form and 0.1 = 1/10

1/100

10-(-1)=9

10-2 is defined as 1 / 102, which is equal to 1/100.

10⁻² = 0,01 one hundredth 1/100

-10 minus -10 is 0.

Not necessarily. Examples: -1 - (-5) = -1 + 5 = 4, which is positive, but -10 - (-3) = -10 + 3 = -7, a negative. So it depends on the numbers used.

1.004 X 10-1 is equal to 0.1004.

11

-16+(-10) = -26

negative 2

negative 5.

(-10) - 10 = -20

10-4 * 10-5 = 10-9

10 ≥ -xUsing the rule that if a ≥ b, then -1*a ≤ -1*b-1*10 ≤ -1*xTherefore -10 ≤ x or x ≥ -10

6 + (-1) positive and negative will equal negative. so it's 6-1 that would equal 5. positive and positive= positive positive negative= negative negative negative = positive negative positive= negative

factors are the numbers you multiply together to get a product in a multiplication problem. a positive times a positive = a positive a positive times a negative = a negative a negative times a negative = a positive since you are looking for negative 10, you need one factor to be positive and one to be negative. this could be: -1*10 -10*1 -2*5 -5*2

-10 x -5 = +50A negative times a negative will always equal a positive number.A negative times a positive will always equal a negative number.A positive times a positive will always equal a positive number.- x - = +- x + = -+ x + = +

No, a negative x a negative = a positive. (-5) x (-2) = 10

Because an integer can only go into itself once. For example: 10/10 is 1. The first 10 is multiplied by 1 to equal 10.

A negative power can change "sides of the fraction" to become a positive power. For example: 5-2 = 1/52 = 1/25 In this case: 10-4 = 1/104 = 1/10,000 = 0.0001

-1+8, -2+9, -3+10 and so on.

-102 = -10 x -10 = 100