Study guides

☆☆

Q: When dividing a negative and positive integer what is the ending integer?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

If it is 5 it is a prime. If it is any other positive integer ending in 5 it is a composite.

This depends on the relative magnitudes of the integers. The magnitude is the value of the number (without the sign). Or another way to look at it is how far away from zero is it. So if the positive integer has a greater magnitude, the sum will be positive. If the negative integer has the greater magnitude, then the sum is negative.Say, for example, your car is parked at the Equator (call this zero). Now drive 5 miles in the North (positive) direction. Now turn around and drive 4 miles in the South (negative) direction. You end up 1 mile North of the Equator, which is positive.If you start again driving 5 miles North, then drive 8 miles South, you end up 3 miles South of the equator (negative).Note that it doesn't matter which one you do first (if you drive 8 miles South first, then 5 miles North, you're still ending at 3 miles South of the Equator). This demonstrates the Commutative Property of Addition (the order can be rearranged and get the same answer).

No. The hydroxide ion has a negative charge as do all ions ending in -ide, -ite, or -ate.

Leading coefficient: Negative. Order: Any even integer.

anions. Cations are the positive ion formed by shedding an electron.

ending inventory

anions. Cations are the positive ion formed by shedding an electron.

Composite. All whole numbers ending in five are composite.

ending inventory

Yes, but the quotient will not always be an integer.

Any integer ending in 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9 is an odd number. Any integer ending in 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8 is an even number. Therefore, 8 is an even number.

Negative ions are given the word 'ide' at the end.

People also asked