Q: What does positive 3 minus negative 2 equal negative five?

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positive 5 minus positive 11 = negative 6

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Positive five minus 2 plus three is equal to six.

7 minus negative five would look like 7-(-5). Two negatives equal a positive so the equation looks like 7+5 which equals positive 12

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-5 - 4 = -9

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its negative 4........

It depends, if you are looking for the absolute value then it would be equal. It is different if it is negative and positive.

(-1)-5=(-6)

Negative five minus two = seven(-5-2=7) Negative plus negative two also = 7(-5--2=7) so the answer is same so the answer is YES.

2 * (-2) - (-5) = 1

Yes because when you subtract a negative, you're really just adding a positive. It really is 3+5=8, not 3-(-5)=8.

Two (2) minus negative three (-3) is five (5). When you subtract a negative number it is the same as adding a positive number of the same absolute value.

-9 - (-5) = -4 You know like you do: -10 - 9 is the same as -10 + -9 that seems easier ^^ The same rules apply to -9 - -5. When you change the subtraction sign to a plus, you have to make the negative five a positive.

Five minus 2 does not equal to 4

-9 minus -5 is -4

Negative 2 minus 3 equals negative five

-2 minus -5.5 is 3.5

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negative 8

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