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it cant a negative + negative always equals a positive -Posted By Anonymous 7th Grader it cant be a negative plus a negative equals a negative always -Posted BY Anonymous 7th Grader♥

true because if it is an absolute integer it cant be negative and 0 is nor a negative number or positive. so it would always be positive. Example- l-7l its absolute value would be 7, or l4l its absolute value would be 4.

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you cant know for sure, he could be o negative, o positive, a negative, a positive, b negative or b positive. same with the mother.

Yes it Can because a negative number cant be greater than zero unless its an absoloute value.

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It is because they are of the same charge, but a negative and positive ion will go together

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it is o negative that is rare i cant explain what it does but it is like hiting the genetic lotery

Probability is a ratio of two counts: both of which MUST be positive. Their ratio cannot be negative.

Because an integer can only go into itself once. For example: 10/10 is 1. The first 10 is multiplied by 1 to equal 10.

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