The answer depends on the power number. If, for example, the power number is -0.5, then there is no rule in real numbers.
Raising a number to the power of 1 doesn't change the number.
power of 0
Because that is the rule. negative * negative=positve positive *negative=negative and vice versa
The rules for dividing negative numbers is the same as multiplying them. A negative number multiplied/divided by a negative number is positive and a negative number multiplied/divided by a positive number is negative.
Rules When Dividing Positive and Negative Numbers:Rule 1: A positive number divided by a negative number gives you a negative number.Rule 2: A negative Number divided by a negative number gives you a positive numberRule 3: A positive number divided by a positive number gives you a positive number.
If the negative number is a bigger number, the answer will be negative. Conversely, if the positive number is bigger, the answer will be positive. -20+10= -10 (larger negative number) -10+20=10 (larger positive number)
The rule for subtracting negative numbers is 'when you are subtracting a negative number from a positive or negative, you must always add it.'Example: 3--3 = 3+3 = 6
The decimal point is moved to the left by the value of the power.
The multiplication rule of thumb always states that a negative number times a negative number results in a positive number. Since an even number is always divisible by two, any value raised to an even integer power will result in a positive number. However, a basic proof is presented as follows: (-A) * (-A) = A^2 ((-A) * (-A)) ^ 2 = ((-A * -A) * (-A * -A)) = A^2 * A^2 = A ^ 4 ...
Positive A simple rule to remember this is when multiplying two numbers with the same sign, the result is ALWAYS positive. When multiplying two numbers with different signs, the results is ALWAYS negative.
Anything to the zero power equals one.
Whichever number is higher you subtract the other one from it, and keep the sign of the higher number
The Power of a Power Rule states that that may you multiply the exponents together and keep the base number unchanged. So b to the 5th power times the 5th power would equal b to the 25th power.
No, the rule for multiplication is much easier than that. If the two numbers have the same sign, then their product is positive. If they have different signs, then their product is negative.
The rule is if a number is positive you add them. EX: 4+4=8 But if the numbers are both negative... you forget the plus sign and just put the numbers together and use whatever sign they have. EX: -4-4= -8 you see? you are adding them put if they are negative, they go down the number line. not up. Just picture a number line, if you add a negative number to an already negative number, wouldn't the number go to the left? The answer is yes. Yes it would. :)
the same as adding whole numbers. two negatives = negative. two positives = positive, and a negative and positive depends on the absolute value of the greater number.
The official definition for majority rule is "the principle that the greater number should exercise greater power."
it depends to the value of the number,when the greater value caries the positive sign,your answer must be positive,when it carries the negative sign,your answer is negative.
It is a rule in math!
Adding a positive and negative number, the sum will always be negative. Example: 10+-20=-10 If you add two negatives, they cancel each other out making it positive.
Using the same principles as multiplying a negative whole number by a positive whole number, where the result would be a negative, the product of a (positive) fraction and a negative whole number would equal the product of the two, with the minus sign included. For example, 1/2 x -4 = -2. The same rule can be applied the other way around, multiplying a negative fraction by a positive number would produce the same result.
1. The rule is whatever number you are dealing with, if it is to the power of 0, the answer will always be one.
whole negative integers (anything except -2.5, -2 3/4, etc) are whole nunbers. its the same rule as positive numbers.