Since doing the subtraction is rather easy to do, am guessing you need help with the 'square' part of that. The square of a number is found by multiplying that number with itself. The square of negative six can be found by multiplying negative six with negative six. Negative six times negative six is positive thirty six. So, in other words, the square of negative six is positive thirty six. (It is a curious thing that the square of any real number is ALWAYS positive.) 33 minus the square of negative 6 is the same as 33 minus 36. You can do the subtraction!
Seven minus a negative six equals a positive one
38 minus -7 is 45.
Six minus negative four is positive ten, because subtracting a negative is the same as adding a positive.
doubling the quantity of a number decreased by six is lessthan negative thirty six
Thirty five and three fourths.
No. The square root of thirty-six is positive or negative six.
9 minus -6 is 15.
-3-(-6) = 3
First we convert into like terms, using thirty-sixths. That gives 32 thirty-sixths minus 9 thirty-sixths which is 23 thirty-sixths, which cannot be simplified any further.