The difference when subtracting the prime number 2 from the prime number 127 is 125. No other two prime numbers added together or subtracted from each other have a sum or difference of 125. All primes except the number 2 are odd numbers, and two odd numbers added together or subtracted will always produce an even sum or difference.
The numbers are 55.5 and 44.5
32 - 2n, if n was added to the smaller of the original two. 32 + 2n, if n was added to the larger of the original two.
Yes, all vectors can be added or subtracted.
Yes, any two whole numbers added together will equal a whole number.
No.Two matrices A and B can be added or subtracted if and only if they have the same number of rows and columns. That is a 3 x 2 matrix can be added or subtracted only with another 3 x 2 matrix.
When you subtract one number from another, the result is called the difference. What does your question mean? If by "when two whole numbers are subtracted" you mean that you subtract one whole number from the minuend, and then you subtract another whole number from the difference, then the answer you get is another difference. In effect, you have one minuend and two subtrahends.
if two forces act in same direction they r added and if they act in opposite direction they r subtracted
4999 and 5001
Two negative numbers added together result in a negative number.
No two numbers that can be completely written down with digits can be added, subtracted, multiplied, or divided to equal PI. If they could be divided to equal PI, then PI would be a rational number. But it isn't.
A number multiplied by itself added to itself equals 30. What are the two possible numbers?
Yes - if I had an irrational number x, and I added that to the number (7-x), I would end up with 7.If the number is irrational, it can be subtracted from a rational/integer to make another irrational.
No two prime numbers added together have a sum of 97. All primes except the number 2 are odd numbers, and two odd numbers added together always produce an even sum.
That is not possible; adding two even numbers always gives an even number