Q: What is the plus and minus score used for in literature?

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Telling someone if they are good or a failure.

15th Century by Johannes Widmann

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* is times / is divide + is plus - is minus

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to add and subtract

Plus and Minus are mathematical terms in the English language. The word plus is used for addition and minus is for subtraction these terms can also be used in every day life.

Telling someone if they are good or a failure.

maths is used when they are getting the scores for example you start off with a perfect ten plus judge score minus execution and artistry score 10.000+2.1-3.2-2.5=7.400

(-45) - (-55) *Minus plus is equals to minus.( -,+ = - ) minus minus is equal to plus (-,- = + ) and plus plus is equal to plus (+,+ = +) so the ans is that, (-45) +55 -45 + 55 (+10)ans Greater value sign has been used, which is 55 so the ans is +10.

1544

2.4tonnes/m3 plus or minus 0.1 due to variances in local aggregate used. 2.4tonnes/m3 plus or minus 0.1 due to variances in local aggregate used.

The plus-minus sign (Â±) can be used to imply plus or minus within a sum. For example, one equation reads:-b Â± sqrt (b2 - 4ac)This refers to an equation with two possible solutions - that from which you use the plus sign, and that from which you use the minus sign.

Michael Stifel in 1544.

It is used to force a downshift.

15th Century by Johannes Widmann

Because protons have a positive charge, hence the plus sign, and electrons have a negative charge, hence the minus sign.