Seven minus negative two times negative 4 is equal to -1
Negative five minus two = seven(-5-2=7) Negative plus negative two also = 7(-5--2=7) so the answer is same so the answer is YES.
7 minus -2 is 9.
-77/14 - 24/14 = -101/14
2 * (-2) - (-5) = 1
yes of course!
The solution to three minus negative one over two plus seven is 21/2. In decimal form, the solution is 10.5.
Seven minus 3 2/5 is 3 3/5
The problem 20 minus negative 24 equals 44 because two negatives become a positive.
Nine times thirty-seven minus two hundred ninety is equal to 43.
Five minus seven is negative two. Here's a trick: switch the numbers around and then take your answer. Give it a minus sign.
The result can be either positive or negative, depending on the sizes of those original two negative numbers. (-8) minus (-10) = positive 2 (-8) minus (-5) = negative 3
2 - (-4) is equal to 2 + 4. The answer to that is 6.
negative 2 and two thirds
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.
-12 - (-3) Two negatives equal a positive. So, -12 + 3 = -9
Suppose x and y are two POSITIVE numbers so that -x and -y are negative. Then a negative minus a negative = (-x) - (-y) = -x +y If x > y the answer is negative If x = y the answer is zero If x < y the answer is positive
Well since two positives equal a negative, the problem would really seem to be -22+11 which then equals -11