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you can find them on/in

- a thermometer
- a sign showing height above sea-level (in e.g. Death Valley, which is 282 feet below sea-level)
- your bank statement
- time zones relative to the Greenwich meridian
- advertising for a weight-loss company
- Weather calculations
- The stock market
- Programs in computers
- Planes and pilots, which use negative numbers to fly
- Many many things in science

Q: Where can you find negative integers in the real world give five examples?

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There is no solution.Consecutive negative integers will always add up to a negative number. 110 is positive.

They are -10 and -9.

13 and 14. Also negative 13 and negative 14.

-30,-31,-32

Two negative consecutive odd integers that have a product of 63 are -7 and -9. -7 is larger than -9. -7 is the answer.

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There is no solution.Consecutive negative integers will always add up to a negative number. 110 is positive.

The examples show that, to find the of two integers with unlike signs first find the absolute value of each integers.

The two consecutive negative odd integers having 74 as the sum of their squares are -5 and -7.

The integers are -2, -1, 0 and 1.

They are -10 and -9.

13 and 14. Also negative 13 and negative 14.

-13, -15 and -17

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-12, -2 and +2

-31, -32, -33

-30,-31,-32

Two negative consecutive odd integers that have a product of 63 are -7 and -9. -7 is larger than -9. -7 is the answer.