Q: What is the answer to negative 38 plus negative 56?

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56 + 38 = 94

It is: (-37)+(-56) = -93

Zero is.

The sum of 38 and -5 is 33.

-16 + - 40 = -(16 + 40) = -56

41 + -3 = 38.

positive 56

38 x 56 = 2,128

0.6786

94

38 multiplied by 56 is 2,128.

56-38=18

21.28 56 x .38 = 21.28

38 multiplied by 56 is 2,128.

negative 56

324

The GCF is 2.

-30/48 - 8/48 = -38/48 or -19/24

The common factors of 38 and 56 are 1 and 2.

2,128 ÷ 56 = 38

1.47

244

57 + 57 + 38 + 38 = 190

Negative plus Negative would equal positive in Maths. like this: -7 + -8 = 1 Because you're adding a minus It Will Not Equal a Positive it will Equal a Negative. -7+-8= -15. Because you are adding a negative to another negative. If the problem was -7+8= 1. Because you are taking seven out of that eight. If It were to be multiplication than a negative TIMES a negative would have been a positive(-8 x -7=56). And a negative TIMES a positive would be a negative (-8 x 7=-56).

-(-38 + 17) = 38 + (-17) On the left side we read: the opposite of the quantity. Since that quantity contains two terms, it also means the opposite of both terms. Let me rewrite the left side, such as - {-(38) + [- (-17)]}. (notice, -38 is the opposite of 38, and -(-17) is the opposite of -17) Let me distribute the negative sign to both terms of the quantity, -(-38) + {-[- (-17)]}. So we have an equivalent statement such as -(-38) + {- [-(-17)]} = 38 + (-17) As you see, in this new statement we have the opposite of the opposite of a number which would give us back the number itself, and as a result 38 + (-17) = 38 + (-17) Therefore, the original statement is an identity.