That depends on which number is greater. ex: (9)+(-4)= +5 -- because the 9 is a larger number. Also, the use of a number line will really help. ...-5 _-4_ -3_ -2_ -1_ 0_ 1_ 2_ 3_ 4_ 5... just start on one of the numbers and then travel to the right (if the other number is positive) , or the left ( if the other number is negative) and you will land on your answer. keep in mind that 5+(-2)= 3 is the same as 5-2= 3 Hope this helps...and if you were asking "Is a positive number TIMES a negative number negative?", the answer is yes.
Any positive integer plus any negative integer will always equal an integer. The results will be either a positive integer, a negative integer or zero.
it depends which is bigger. if the positive integer is bigger the answer will be positive. and if the negative integer is bigger the answer will be negative.
you get nothing
-1 + +1 = 0
-1 + +5 = 4
a negative number
That is part of the basic rules of Math: A: Multiply a Negative and a Negative will result in a Postive. B. Multiply a Negative and a Postive will result in a Negative. BTW, unlike English grammar, rules of Math are true at all times.
In addition, it depends on which is larger. In multiplication, a negative times a positive is alway negative.
a positive a negative times a negative also equals a positive
Multiplying a positive number by a negative number gives a negative number. For example, 4 x (-2) = -8.
Positive times negative equals negative.
negative times negative is positive negative divided by a negative is a postive negative times a positive is a negative negative divided by a positive is a negative
No - it results in a negative number.
It doesn't have a square root, it is impossible because any number times itself is a postive.
negative/positive is equal to a negative think of it like this positive times negative is negative...right? so negative divided by positive is negative or make an example: -20/5 is -4 not 4 good luck...
A negative number multiplied by a negative yields a positive answer.