i think its -3
because both are minus and minus and minus is below zero, it would be 2 further below zero, -7-2=9
Anything minus itself is zero.
It can equal a positive, zero or a negative number.
0-6=-6 (negative six)
-3 - -3 = 0. The answer is zerobecause subtracting a negative from another negative number will cancel out its negative status.
Zero minus zero equals zero.
-3, pronounced "minus three" or "negative three," is three less than zero.
Suppose x and y are two POSITIVE numbers so that -x and -y are negative. Then a negative minus a negative = (-x) - (-y) = -x +y If x > y the answer is negative If x = y the answer is zero If x < y the answer is positive
0 minus -9 is 9
The result can be positive, negative, or zero.
Negative ( - )
It is equal to zero.
If you mean subtracting a negative number from another negative, then you simply add the second negative to the first number. For example: -3 - (-4)=1 -3 + 4 = 1 The double negative makes the equation an addition.
Negative plus a negative is a negative. Ex. -1+-1=-2 Negative times a negative is a positive. -2*-2=4 But a negative [minus] plus a positive [plus] can be minus, zero or plus: For example, -3 + 2 = -1 -3 + 3 = 0 -3 + 4 = +1