the zero porperty is the same factor equaling the property of negative one
Zero is the additive identity.
Zero is the additive identity element.
the zero property in math is when you multiply by zero which is the multiplicative property of zero or it is when you add zero to anything and get zero that is called the additive property of zero
A negative can be a negative zero. A negative zero is a number below zero. PS:If you are asking the "negative" in Science, I am not sure of the answer.
The Zero property of Multiplication is when anything times zero is zero.
a zero property is something that equal zero
There is no negative of zero, nor is there a positive. Zero is no value, hence it has no positive or negative value.
There can't be a negative zero. zero is neither negative nor positive.
The special property that zero has is that if you multiply zero by any number, you get zero.
The property of Zero states the anything multiplied by zero = zero and that anything divided by zero is undefined.
One interesting property is that zero, multiplied by any number, is zero.One interesting property is that zero, multiplied by any number, is zero.One interesting property is that zero, multiplied by any number, is zero.One interesting property is that zero, multiplied by any number, is zero.
No. A negative number is a number below zero, not zero itself.The number zero is neither negative nor positive.
It's the Identity Property of Zero.
No. Zero is neither negative nor positive.
actually there is a negative zero on the number line.
any number, positive or negative, times zero equals zero
The sum of zero and a negative integer can never be zero - it will always be negative and nonzero. Although zero is also an integer, it is neither negative nor positive and cannot be the other integer used.
math error is incorrect for this question because it is applied when you divide a number by zero which doesn't have a property because it is an error. it is the multiplication property of zero. The multiplication property of zero states that any number multiplied by zero is always zero.
No. Zero is neither positive nor negative.
Zero is neither positive or negative.
zero....and only zero...
Positive and negative whole numbers and zero are integers. Zero is neither negative or positive.
The zero property is also called the "zero product property." The property states that any real number times 0 is always equal to 0.
Zero is neither negative nor positive. By definition, a positive number is greater than zero. Similarly, a negative number is less than zero. Zero itself does not fit into either of those categories, and is thus neither negative nor positive; it is neutral. "Negative zero" then, is equal to -1 × 0, which equals 0.