It depends on what you do with the negative and positive.
If you multiply or divide a positive number and a negative number, then the answer is negative.
If you add or subtract a positive number and a negative number, the answer could be negative or positive depending on the numbers involved.
If you put a negative sign in front of a positive number, the result is a negative number. If you put a positive sign in front of a negative number (like +(-7)), the result is still negative.
positive is to add and negative is to subtract in math
A negative times a negative equals a positive A negative times a positive equals a negative A positive times a positive equals a positive
It is a rule in math!
Negative times negative equals positive.
In math, a positive is a number greater then zero, and a negative number is less than zero.
In Math, a negative can be represented with -. A positive can be represented with +, or just without a -.
negative. why is this question in math when it should be in chemistry?
Yes, when a positive is divided by a negative, it is negative. ex: 4/-2 would equal -2. It takes two negatives to make a positive in math when you are multiplying or dividing.
In math, positive means greater than zero, and negative means less than zero.
When you multiply any number by a negative number you reverse its sign. So positive numbers become negative, and negative numbers become positive. That is the meaning of negative multiplication; it is reversal. This is similar to the way that adding a negative number has the same effect as subtracting a positive number. Negative is the opposite of positive.
You divide the negative number by a positive number for it to stay positive. And you divide the negative number by a negative number for it to become positive.
Because when there is a positive and a negative in the same problem, it gives you a negative. An easy way to solve problems like that is if there is an odd number of negative signs, then your answer is going to be negative. If there is an even number of negative signs, then your answer is going to be positive. (no matter if there is a positive sign in a math problem).
you put this in math you idiot
the answer could be negative or positive depending on whether the negative number you're adding is bigger than the positive number
To become more stable: positive+negative=neutral. Neutral is more stable than positive and/or negative.
In math, a product is the result of multiplying. Multiplication is distributive over positive and negative numbers, which means, when a negative number is multiplied by a positive number, it always yields a negative result.
All atoms become positive ions when they lose electrons, and negative when they gain electrons.
when an atom loose electron it become negative ion and when it gains electron it become positive ion
non metals become negative ions
When we lose something negative you become positive.
The atom become negative - anion.
When you lose something positive you become negative.
When it comes to numbers (this question was asked in the "Math and Arithmetic" category), adding a negative number to a positive number always equals a negative number.
2 negatives equal a positive or if you multiply a negative by a positive it is larger negative if you multiply a negative and a negative it become positive because doing something negative times is getting bigger