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Q: Does a negative number times a negative equal a neg answer?

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any time the 2nd neg. has a larger absolute value than the 1st ex: (-3) - (-4) = +1

Always an even number. Zero is not considered to be positive or negative, but it is considered to be even.zero is undefined. you can't measure nothing. ie it holds no value. aka not even/odd/pos/neg. aka nothing. thus, your answer is correct with the zero exception.AnswerWell, an odd number is one that is not evenly divisible by two. Subtracting an odd number from another odd number results in an even number. The jury is out (above) on whether zero is even or odd.Nine minus five is four; four is an even numberFifteen minus seven is six; six is an even numberNineteen minus three is sixteen; sixteen is an even number

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No it will not.A negative number plus a negative number will be a number further from zero - even more negative!

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Nope... -2 divided by -2 is equal to 1

yes, 1 neg. + 1 pos. = neg. 2 neg. = pos.

I believe it would be 9, because negative three's negative would be 9 (double negative)

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neg 22 because a neg minus a neg u add them and make it negative

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