If you mean when you subtract a negative from a positive what does it make? If so, you will get a positive answer. This is because the two negative symbols are basically multiplied, and if you multiply two negatives you get a positive, so a positive number minus a negative number becomes a positive number plus a positive number.
6 - (-5) = 11
2 - (-10) = 12
125 - (-15) = 140
If you subtract a positive from a negative, you will get a negative.
positive is to add and negative is to subtract in math
No, you add the positive to the negative.
If you subtract a negative from a positive, add both of their absolute values. If you subtract a positive from a negative, add both of their absolute values and multiply by negative one.
2 negatives make a positive
subtract the negative from the positive
a negative subtracted by a positive will always equal a negative.
If you subtract positive twenty-seven from negative sixty-nine, you would get negative forty-two. You simply subtract the 27 from the 69 but leave the negative sign.
To subtract a negative number is equivalent to adding a positive number. Two negatives multiplied make a positive.
The same as with positive ones. Make sure they have the same denominator and add or subtract their numerators.
When subtracting negative integers, one can relate it to the overall attitude of a room. If a room contains a number of people of positive and negative attitude you can get rid of people (or subtract people) with negative attitudes to make the overall attitude of the room more positive. If you subtract a negative integer it makes it positive.
That is correct. If you subtract a positive number from a negative number, your result is negative.
A little awkwardly phrased, so I'll answer both ways. To subtract a negative from anything, add its positive. To subtract a positive from a negative, the equation is treated as though you are adding two postives, the result is negative.
To subtract a negative from a positive to 2 minus signs go together. For example 12-(-3) becomes 12+3. (brackets aren't necessary but make it easier to understand.
Subtracting a negative is like adding a positive; the result will be positive.
You will get a positive integer. If you subtract a negative number, you will be adding it. I think of it like 2 minuses equals a plus. :P
it depends if the numbers are positive or negative. if its a positive minus a negative, or switched, it will be the sign of the greater number.
Often, but not always. It depends upon what you do with them. If the numbers are not equal, and you subtract the larger from the smaller, the answer will be negative.
Subtract and add the sign of the greater number.
When you add: a negative and a negative: you get a negative a positive and a positive: you get a positive a positive and a negative or a negative and a positive: Subtract the addend with the smaller value from the greater one. If the greater one is positive, your answer will be positive. If the greater addend is negative, your answer will be negative.