8 + -2 = 6 SIX. It is as if you are saying 8 minus two which equals 6. A negative is a minus.
Two quarters minus two thirds is negative one sixth. Two quarters is six twelfths, and two thirds is eight twelfths. Six twelfths minus eight twelfths is minus two twelfths or minus one sixth.
yes of course!
Seven minus a negative six equals a positive one
8; 6-(-2)= 6+2
Six minus negative four is positive ten, because subtracting a negative is the same as adding a positive.
its a math problem
negative fifteen (-15). If they are two negative numbers which are -9 and -6 you have to add (but make sure and keep the negative sign
Such that 64 is equal to 26, or two to the power six, 1/64 is equal to 2-6, or two to the power minus six.
9 minus -6 is 15.
-3-(-6) = 3
Six! Although this might sound weird, if you have a minus sign in front of something you can think of it as the opposite of that number (the opposite of -2 is 2).
Seven minus negative two times negative 4 is equal to -1
-5 and 5/6
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!
0-6=-6 (negative six)
-6/10 minus -7/10 is 1/10