negative 12 i guess
Negative two plus one is equal to negative one. You can solve this by using a number line or other methods.
It is minus ten.
Nine plus four equals thirteen and that's ONE baker's dozen.
0, of course! 4+-4=4-4. One negative plus one positive equals one negative.
Negative one, since +2+(-3)
-1 + 4 = 3
-3 + 1 + 4 = 2
It's three and one half.
Add negative eleven to negative four and one third to obtain negative fifteen and one third: (-11) + (-4 1/3) = -15 1/3
4/3 plus -1/3 = 1
One of them is negative or both of them are zero,
x < 2 or x > 8.
only if the positive fraction is "larger" than the negative one.
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3 2/3 ; three and two thirds
four fifths is equal to eight tents, so three tenths plus eight tenths is eleven tenths, or one and one tenth