-10-(-60)=50 A negative and a negative equals a positive. Therefore, negative ten minus negative sixty is the same as negative ten PLUS sixty. Sixty minus ten equals fifty.
45 minus -50 is 95.
-13-(-50)= -13+50= 37
23plus 24 equals 50 minus 3
-10x = -50 Divide both sides by -10 remembering that a minus divided by a minus the quotient then becomes positive: x = 5 So: -10*5 = -50
Yes - but the father must be Rh positive. If the father is homozygous positive (++) then all of the children will also be positive. If he is heterozygous (+-) then 50% of the children should be positive and 50% negative (when the mother is Rh negative).
There is positive 50 and negative 50.
(-50) degrees Celsius = -58 degrees Fahrenheit.
Yes, Rh negative is recessive, if your mother has two positive allelles, you have one of each and are rh positive. If your mother is heterozygous (negative and positive alleles) You have a 50% chance getting a positive allele.
The following are factors of 750, meaning they go into 750 a certain number of times. To find out how many times the number goes into 750, find the corresponding number on the other side of the array. For instance to see how many times 5 goes into 750, find the 4th-last number in the array (150):1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 10, 15, 25, 30, 50, 75, 125, 150, 250, 375, 750
-50 x 500 = -25,000
-50°C equals -58°F
Yes. Words such as "distort" and "disfunctional" make it negative. However, the prefix "dis-" is about 50-50 in terms of negative and positive usage. In this sense, it is truly a mix of both. In other words, it is both negative and positive.
27--23 = 27 + 23 = 50
it is $4.50
Positive- The target will be destroyed. Negative- The contamination will last for at least 50 years.
If both parents are homozygotes the child will be AB positive, if parent B- is homozygote and parent A+ is heterozygote there is a probability of 50% that the child will be AB and 50% to be B, likewise for positive and negative. If parent B- is heterozygote and parent A+ is homozygote there is a probability of 50% that the child will be AB positive and 50% to be A positive. If both parents are heterozygotes there is a probability of 1/4 to be AB, 1/4 to be B, 1/4 to be A and 1/4 to be O, likewise there is a probability of 50% to be positive and 50% to be negative.
A negative number divided by a positive number will be a negative number. For example: -20 / 4 = -5 -100 / 2 = -50 Here are the other cases of division by positive or negative numbers. A negative number divided by a negative number would be a positive number. A positive number divided by a positive number would be a positive number. A positive number divided by a negative number would be a negative number.
Yes, both O and rh negative traits are recessive. The father is recessive for both traits. The O negative mother however, can be either homozygous dominant (positive) for rh, producing a rh positive baby. If the mother was heterozygous, having an allele for both positive an negative rh antigen, has a 50-50 chance producing an O positive child.