Q: What is negative nine minus positive two?

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You get a positive subtracted number. A negative minus a positive number will always give a negative answer. And the answer will be more negative than either of the two numbers.

Positive one.

-11

Positive minus a negative = positive plus a positive two negatives make a positive 3- (-1) = 3 + 1 = 4 5- (-7) = 12

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positive 4

-2 minus 8 is -10.

2 minus -19 is 21.

-6

The answer is always positive, regardless of the size of the two numbers.

It is -29

It is: -9-2 = -11

Treat the "plus positive X" as "minus negative X". Example: Positive two plus positive two equals positive four. Positive two minus negative two equals positive four.

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3. positive 3

-2 - +3 = -5

1st u do 2 minus nine which equals negative 7 and then u subtract 10 from -7 making the answer 3

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

It always is a negative number. The result will be the sum of the two digits with a minus sign in front of it, eg, (-4) - (+7) = -4 - 7 = -11.

The problem 20 minus negative 24 equals 44 because two negatives become a positive.

Yes, for any value of the two numbers.

It can. Negative 2 minus negative 1 = negative 1. However, it sometimes might be positive. Negative 5 minus negative 16 = positive 11. If you have two equal negative variables, such as -a - -a, you will get -2a. -2a may still be positive though, if a is a negative number. An example of having two unequal negative numbers is -a - -b, which is -a + b. That may be positive or negative depending on what a and b are equal to.

(-7)-(+2)=-5

A positive plus a positive will equal a positive. However a negative minus a negative will not equal a negative. It will equal a positive.

A positive number minus a negative number? x - -x is the same as x + x because the negative signs cancel each other out and become positive. So, when you see two negative signs right after the other, just add.

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