9 - (-1) = +10 positive nine minus negative one equals positive ten
Negative twenty nine minus negative twenty one is negative eight.
It is negative one plus nine imaginary.It is negative one plus nine imaginary.It is negative one plus nine imaginary.It is negative one plus nine imaginary.
The same as a positive one. If you are multiplying a positive number by a negative, the answer will be negative. If you are multiplying a negative number by a negative, the answer will be positive.
It is minus ten.
Seven minus a negative six equals a positive one
Negative eighty one :d
3 minus -1 is 4.
100 minus -80 is 180.
Positive is above zero and negative is below zero.positive: +8 or 8negative: - 8if it has a (line) minus sign in front of it, its negative...If it has nothing or a (cross) adding sign then its Positive!
Equals positive or negative. Because minus a positiveequals plus a negative.(+15) - (+20) = (+15) + (-20)If you want to lear the rules, use a plus symbol between the parts of the operation.(+) + (+) = +(-) + (-) = -(+) + (-) = - or +Generally speaking, if just one number have a negative sign, the result can be both positive or negative.
1 is the answer +8-(-7) = 15 If you subtract a negative number, you sign is changed to addition. A positive minus a minus = a positive. (two minuses next to one another = a +) +8-(-7) =+8+7 =15
-8, negetive eight. By 8th grader.:)
The simple answer to the question is no, under no circumstances. To work out the right answer for different combinations of signs, read on. When two signs are different, take the smaller number from the bigger number and keep the sign of the bigger number.Let's work out some examples...* minus one (-1) and (plus) another minus one, is minus two (-2) * minus one (-1) minus (take away) one, is also minus two (-2)So if you take away any positive number from a negative number, the result gets more and more negative as the value of the second number increases. Now let's try adding a positive number to a negative number...* minus two (-2) plus one (+1) = minus one (-1) * minus two (-2) plus two (+2) = zero (0) * minus two (-2) plus three (+3) = one (1)So adding a positive number to a minus number only equals a positive number when the value of the positive number is greater than the negative number.
divide by 2, one answer is negative and the other is positive. if your question is "how do you halve negative numbers?"
one remember it this way: if something good happens to someone good, it's good (positive x positive = positive) if something bad happens to someone good, it's bad (positive x negative = negative) and finally, if something bad happens to someone bad, it's good (negative x negative = positive). but really, just ask your math teacher and get a tutor if you need to. best of luck in your studies.
-4 - (-3) = -4 + 3 = -1 When there are two negatives the answer is positive =7
It is twenty-nine fourths or 7 and one fourth.
Minus minus a minus does not necessarily produce a minus answer.Here is an example of a minus figure, minus another minus figure:-3 - (-5) = -3 + 5 = +2As long as the absolute value of the first number is smaller than that of the second, the final answer will always be positive.If the two are equal, the final answer is 0:-4 - (-4) = -4 + 4 = 0Only if the magnitude of the first is larger than the second is the answer negative: -3 - (-2) = -3 + 2 = -1-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HOWEVER, if we are trying to determine the sign of a number that has multiple signs, for example (-3), -(-3), or -(-(-3)), [minus, minus a minus] then the logic is this:A negative is a negative, so -3 is negative, and means deduct 3A negative negative is a positive, so -(-3) is positive and means add 3A negative 'negative negative' is a negative, so -(-(-3)) [i.e. minus, minus a minus] is negative and means minus 3Let's work it through another way:If minus n means minus nThen minus (minus n) must mean plus nTherefore minus (minus (minus n)) must mean minus nYet another way to think of it:If you add a minus figure to a calculation, you deduct it.But if you deduct a minus figure, you must ADD it (thereby reversing its original 'negativity' and the figure become a positive one)So if you have to then 'minus' it once more, (thereby reversing its positive status) it has 'minus' value again.Method of determining the signIf you have a formula with 'stacked' minuses, remove them in pairs, starting from the left. If you've got one left, the resulting value will be a minus figure. But if 'pairing' them removes them all, then the remaining figure is positive, i.e. '+'.