It the two rational numbers have different signs, then the answer will be negative, otherwise it will be positive.
Then you are adding two rational numbers with different signs! No big deal!
If the two numbers have different signs, then the result will be negative. If the two numbers have the same signs, the result will be positive. This assumes all the numbers are non-zero.
It the signs of the two numbers that you are multiplying or dividing is the same, then the answer is positive, otherwise the answer is negative. Remember though, that division by 0 is not defined.
The quotient is negative.
The value of the quotient of two integers with different signs is the same as if the signs were the same. Because the numbers have different signs, the quotient is negative.
The sign of the sum is positive when the absolute value of the positive addend is greater than that of the negative addend.
sometimes true (when the rational numbers are the same)
No; depends on the signs of the rational numbers.
When multiplying or dividing . . .If the signs of both numbers are the same, the result is positive.If the signs of both numbers are different, the result is negative.
The product or quotient of two numbers that have the same sign is positive. The product or quotient of two numbers with different signs is negative.
Temporarily ignore the signs and multiply or divide as usualIf signs of the two numbers to be multiplied or divided, add + sign to your answer. If signs are different, add - ( minus) to your answer.+ signs are optional-- a number without a sign is assumed to be positive.