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Q: What does positive 5 plus negative 13 equal?

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Positive 13 does not equal to negative 13 because the positive 13 is greater than negative 13.

-13

-20 + 13 = -7

It depends. If the negative number is larger than the positive number, then it will be a negative. If the positive number is larger than the negative number, then it will be a positive. Example 1: -9 + 6 = -3 Example 2: 17 + (-13) = 6

No. eg -9 + (-2) = -11 A negative times a negative equals a positive

-8 - (-13) = - 8 + 13 = +5 ( minus a minus is a plus)

The sum of a positive number and a negative number can be either negative or positive. 9 + -3 = 6 9 + -13 = -4

It depends. (a) a positive minus a smaller positive is positive, (b) a positive minus a positive of the same size is zero, and (c) a positive minus a bigger positive is negative. For example, (a) 8 - 6 = 2 (b) 8 - 8 = 0 (c) 8 - 11 = -3

Well there are quite a few numbers that added together will equal negative 15: here are just a few examples: negative 1 plus negative 14 equals negative 15 (-1 + -14 = -15) negative 2 plus negative 13 equals negative 15 (-2 + -13 = -15) negative 3 plus negative 12 equals negative 15 (-3 + -12 = -15) negative 4 plus negative 11 equals negative 15 (-4 + -11 = -15) negative 5 plus negative 10 equals negative 15 (-5 + -10 = -15) negative 6 plus negative 9 equals negative 15 (-6 + -9 = -15) negative 7 plus negative 8 equals negative 15 (-7 + -8 = -15) negative 30 plus positive 15 equals negative 15 (-30 + 15 = -15) negative 29 plus positive 14 equals negative 15 (-29 + 14 = -15) negative 28 plus positive 13 equals negative 15 (-28 + 13 = -15) and on an on it goes.

Adding two negatives will make a larger negative sum. but adding a larger positive to a smaller negative will give a positive sum. -45 + 58 = 13

If you add a negative and a positive the answer (pos or neg) is that of the highest number. For example -13+ 3= -10 and -3 + 13 = 10. In this situation a negative (-) plus a positive (+) can be either negative or positive depending on which number is greater. Example: -10 + 5 = -5 because -10 is larger than 5 (even though that seems contradictory) Example: -5 + 10 = 5 because 10 is larger than -5.

Note that adding a negative number is equivalent to subtracting a positive number, so 13 + -8 is the same as 13 - 8 which equals 5.

Seven minus -6 is 13.

a negative minus a negative = a positive. the two negatives put together make a plus sign. example... 5-(-7) = 13

13 plus 13 is equal to 26

71 degrees. Add 58 plus 13. If you look at it on a thermometer 13 is well, 13 away from zero and 58 is 58 away from zero in the opposite direction. To go to negative 13 from positive 58 you have to go 58 degrees to get to zero and then 13 more to get to negative 13. So 58 plus 13 is 71.

One of them is equal to -27 and the other is equal to +13. They can be used together to produce other numbers, depending on what mathematical operation is used.

negative 45

-13

13

The value of the positive number is greater than the value of the negative number. 23 + (-13) = 10 but (-23) + 13 = (-10)

4m-17m+4 = 0 -13m = -4 Divide both sides by -13 remembering that a negative number divided into a negative number is equal to a positive number: m = 4/13

-52 (Negative X Negative = Positive) (Negative X Positive = Negative)

13 plus 13 would equal 26.

It depends, if your adding -12 to 13 its like minusing 12 so its 1. but if its 11 + -12 its again like minusing 12 so its -1. :)