It can be greater than, equal or less than the original integer.

There are three possible values for the second integer:

There are three possible values for the second integer:

- It is positive, in which case the result will be less than the original integer, eg 5 - 2 = 3 and 3 < 5;
- It is zero, in which case the result will be the same as the original integer, eg 5 - 0 = 5 and 5 = 5;
- It is negative, in which case the result will be greater than the original integer, eg 5 - -2 = 7 and 7 > 5.

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it depends on the sign of the integers. For example if you have 7 -4 = 3 the result is less than the integer you started with. if you have 4-7 = -3 the result is less than the integer you started with. But if you have 7 - (-4) = 11 then the result is greater than the integer you started with. If you limit integers to all positive only, then a positive integer minus a positive integer is always a result that is less than the integer you started with.

Q: When you subtract one integer from another integer will your answer be greater than or less than the integer you started with explain your reasoning and give an example?

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Yes

was is used with singular subjects, were with plural subjects. (There is no reasoning involved).

Deductive reasoning or if you work backwards it could be inductive reasoning.

explain why it is important to line up decimal numbers by their place value when you add or subtract them

you subtract 7.60 - 20.39 by looking and putting zeros it equals to 12.79

Inductive reasoning leads to probable conclusions, while deductive reasoning leads to certain zones. It is said that evidence leads someone to believe something, which is the basic principle of?æinductive reasoning.

In mathematics, deductive reasoning is used in proofs of geometric theorems. Inductive reasoning is used to simplify expressions and solve equations.

explain how you would estimate to subtrac 189 from 643

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Similar to subtraction of real numbers, to subtract a vector means to add the opposite vector. Here is an example: Subtract (5, 3) - (2, -2) This is equivalent to (5, 3) + (-2, 2) Add by components: (5-2, 3+2) = (3, 5)

A.deductive reasoning

No. 4 isn't prime.

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When you add or subtract fractions with like denominators, you just add or subtract the numerators and put them over the same denominator. For example, 3/5 - 2/5 = (3 - 2)/5 = 1/5

False. Counterexample: -1 - (-2) = -1 + 2 = 1.

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640 - 190 = 450

define BCNF. Explain with appropriate example

They mean that if you subtract one of the two digit numbers from another then that is the difference. The numbers in the question are usually smallest first so you can't subtract like that. In these questions you may change the order of the numbers.

Literally "query" is just another word for "question". So right up there is an example. In SQL, a query would be something like SELECT NAME FROM EMP WHERE DEPARTMENT = 'MARKETING';

another word for explain is justify.

Yes it is because it can be expressed as the ratio 199/100.

It is rational because it can be expressed as the ratio 400040004/10000000000.

Explain why you are pasting your homework questions straight into WikiAnswers.

A noun that follows another noun to explain what it is called an appositive. An example would be Peter the Apostle, in which the word "Apostle" is acting as an appositive.