Q: When two numbers equal zero?

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yes too answer can equal zero. for example: 12m added to 24 equals zero.

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Not unless at least one of the numbers is zero.

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That is called Absolute Value

The square root of zero is zero and the square root of one is one. No other real numbers have square roots equal to themselves. In other words, the solution set to x=x2 is {0,1}

One or both of the numbers must be zero.

No.

Zero divided by any number is zero. If you start out with two numbers that aren't zero, then the result of a division is never zero.

For two numbers to be equidistant from zero, one must be the negative of the other. As one is the negative of the other, it is the additive inverse of that number. The sum of an number and its additive inverse is zero.

This is only possible if one of the digits is equal to zero. There are 90 3-digit numbers with a zero in the 10's place, and 90 3-digit numbers with a zero in the 1's place - and 9 numbers that have both a zero in the 10's place and a zero in the 1's place; these would be counted double if you just add the first two. So, you get: 90 + 90 - 9 such numbers.

Rational numbers are ratios of two integers (the second of which is not zero). They are important if any number needs to be divided into equal parts.

Any two positive and negative numbers of equal value would equal zero, for example -2 + 2 = 0 or -937 + 937 =0 and so on.

Before you measure with it you set both sides of the balance equal to zero so then when you measure they will either equal the same or balance out.

The numbers are zero and 5. Their product is zero.

Numbers the same distance from zero (linearly) have the same "absolute value" whether positive or negative.

This question has already been answered. Zero divided by zero is zero itself. It is NOT equal to two.

The additive inverse is the sum of two numbers that will equal zero. The additive inverse of -18 is 18.

No. The product of two negative numbers is positive.

First, look at the length of the numbers. If one is longer than the other, the difference is positive. If the numbers are of equal length, compare the first digits to see which is higher. Continue through the number and if all are equal, the difference is zero.

The product of all whole numbers except zero that are less than or equal to a numbr is a factorial number.

Zero.Zero.Zero.Zero.

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