The answer can be negative, zero, or positive. For example: -15 + 20 + (-10) = -5 -15 + 20 + (-5) = 0 -15 + 20 + (-2) = 3
-10 x -5 = +50A negative times a negative will always equal a positive number.A negative times a positive will always equal a negative number.A positive times a positive will always equal a positive number.- x - = +- x + = -+ x + = +
-16+(-10) = -26
In this case, it would depend on how high thepositive number is. for example: negative 10 plus positive 12 would equal positive 2 because the ten negative numbers would cancel out ten of the positive twelve numbers. So the answer would be a positive number but ONLY IF you could take the sign away from the number and the positive number was higher.
-10 + 10 = 0
If the positive number is bigger than the absolute value of the negative number, yes. But if the positive number is smaller, the result is negative. And if the positive number is equal to the absolute value of the negative number, your answer will be 0. The absolute value of a number is the number without the negative sign. So, for example, the absolute value of -3 is 3 and the absolute value of -10 is 10.
If you add a positive number, another positive number, and a negative number, you can get anything - the result may be positive, negative, or zero. It all depends on the magnitudes of the numbers involved. For example: 10 + 10 - 1 = 19 (positive) 5 + 5 - 10 = 0 (zero) 5 + 6 - 20 = -9 (negative)
(-10) + (7) = -3
It depends. If the positive is bigger, than it will be positive (-5+10=5 is the same as 10-5=5). If it is smaller than the negative, it will be negative (-10+5=-5 is the same as 5-10)
Yes -10+10 = 0
No, a negative x a negative = a positive. (-5) x (-2) = 10
factors are the numbers you multiply together to get a product in a multiplication problem. a positive times a positive = a positive a positive times a negative = a negative a negative times a negative = a positive since you are looking for negative 10, you need one factor to be positive and one to be negative. this could be: -1*10 -10*1 -2*5 -5*2
If you add a negative and a positive the answer (pos or neg) is that of the highest number. For example -13+ 3= -10 and -3 + 13 = 10. In this situation a negative (-) plus a positive (+) can be either negative or positive depending on which number is greater. Example: -10 + 5 = -5 because -10 is larger than 5 (even though that seems contradictory) Example: -5 + 10 = 5 because 10 is larger than -5.
Not necessarily; a positive number plus a negative number will be a positive number if the positive number is greater. Example: 10 + (-6) = 4
The answer is 0. -6 + 6 = 0. It takes the sign of the greater number. Since the numbers are equal it becomes neither. 0 is neither a positive nor negative number. For another example if the problem was -6 + 10, Since 10 is the greater number your answer will be positive. 10 - 6 = 4. (Just change the positive + sign to the negative - sign).
negative sixteen. ( im 10 and doing this )
Its a trick question they are equal
Not necessarily. Examples: -1 - (-5) = -1 + 5 = 4, which is positive, but -10 - (-3) = -10 + 3 = -7, a negative. So it depends on the numbers used.
In the addition of +A plus -B If A is a greater number than B then the result will be positive +10 plus -8 = +2 If A is a lesser number tan B then the result will be negative +7 plus -11 = -4
a negative times a positive is a negative so 2*-4=-8+10=2