Adding two or more numbers together gives you a sum.
Then you are adding two rational numbers with different signs! No big deal!
the PRODUCT :)
The result of adding two numbers is their sum.
Develop an algorithm to display all prime numbers from 2 to 100. Give both the pseudocode version and the flowchart version. Convert your pseudocode into a Java program.
Begin read a,b if a>b display a is greater else display b is greater end
When adding numbers, the total is the sum. The sum of two odd numbers is even.
Adding two numbers can never yield an odd number - since all odd numbers are divisible by 1 - and adding 1 to 1 always yields 2 !
There is no limitation. If you have two odd numbers, you can ALWAYS add them.
Difference. A sum is the result of adding two numbers, and a difference is the result of subtracting two numbers.
That is not possible; adding two even numbers always gives an even number
Yes, when adding two odd numbers together the sum will always be an even number.
If you are adding or subtracting two numbers in scientific notation, you must rewrite one of the numbers to the same power of ten as the other, before performing the addition (or subtraction).
You add the two numbers and then divide it by two. It basically doing the mean which is adding all the numbers and dividing it by how many numbers there are. I hope this helped!
+ is the symbol for adding two numbers together.It is usually called the plus symbol.