This equals negative six.
Positive six: 6 or +6.
Fifty-four divided by six is equal to positive nine because fifty-four and six are both positive numbers.
Positive five minus 2 plus three is equal to six.
The same as positive six divided by positive eight.
six plus negative eight is two
-1+7=6 OR Negative One plus Positive Seven equals Positive Six
-15 + 19 + (-26) + 11 = -41 + 30 = -11
Six minus negative four is positive ten, because subtracting a negative is the same as adding a positive.
No. A negative plus a negative never equal a positive. That property only works in multiplication and division. When you add a negative basically what your doing is subtracting the opposite of the number. For Example; 2+ (-6) = ? what you would do in this case is just subtract positive six from positive two witch would be negative 4, so the answer to that problem would be -4. Heres another example with two negatives; -3 + (-3) = ? What you would do in this case is just add positive 3 plus 3 which would be 6, but since its a negative number it would be -6 because you are going backwards on the number line (in this case starting at -3 and moving back 3 spaces) when you subtract negative numbers.
Six because 2 --4 = 6
what does seven plus equal
they are reflective on the # line
First, add negative 5 and four. That answer is negative 1. Then add negative six, which is -7.
Negative six is.
Seven minus a negative six equals a positive one
A negative multiplied by a negative always makes a positive number- so negative four times negative six is simply four times six, which equals twenty-four!
the answer is 2