a negative times a positive is a negative. plz recomend me.
No. The sum of two negative numbers will always be a negative number. If, however, you multiply the numbers, their product will be positive.
they have both negitive and positive charge
When two numbers with different signs are multiplied or divided, the answer is negative.
An integer is any positive or negative whole number
The answer is: 2+(-2) = 0
no,a negative number cannot have a square root .it is made only for positive numbers .but,yes,negative numbers can be squared.
That little line sticking out on the left side of the '15' means it's a negative.
3 / 21 is equal to 0.142857
30 / 9 is equal to 3.33
If: d = 60 times 4 then d = 240
No, you're just subracting basically. It' the same as -2 + (-2). The answer is -4, and it's a negative plus a negative. Or, if you'd rather: If you owe someone money, and then add another debt, does your debt not grow? And Love, I'd suggest that unless you're in the sixth grade or lower, you not only get tutored in math, but in English and spelling as well. [Does]
The square root of positive number can be ether a matched set of positive or negative numbers. As an example the square root of 4 can be either (-2 x -2) or (+2 x +2)