Q: How do you use negative numbers in everyday life?

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Composite numbers can be used by businessmen, shopkeepers etc. These people use calculations a lot in their daily life.

It is possible to live a long and productive life without ever multiplying a negative number outside of a classroom.

Negative rational numbers are used in the same way that negative whole numbers are used: they are simply the additive inverses of their positive counterparts.

Negative fractions are rational numbers less than 0. In life, if a trend is decreasing (for example, sales at a restaurant, obesity rates, etc), it's rate of decrease would be portrayed as negative.

Counting Numbers, Whole Numbers. You can't use Integers as that includes Negative numbers and there isn't a negative number of dolphins.

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Some people work as a teacher or a mathmetition, they use negative numbers in their everyday lives. Some people use negative numbers when they are overdue.

buying goods at the store

negative numbers> temperature.

Negative numbers are often found in measurements. They are used to represent numbers that have sunk below 0 (ex: temperature, debt) or have become the inverse of a number (velocity, energy, negative exponents). Without machines of sorts negative numbers are very rare in everyday life, but so are very large numbers or very small numbers.

Natural numbers are all the counting numbers excluding zero and all negative numbers. People use these in everyday life to count, add, subtract, and even with money purposes

we use them in money and graphs

Yes, because you use math in everyday life. And counting is math ,because there numbers and numbers are apart of math.

Cause they are everywhere. you use them in everyday life

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weather and sports

Composite numbers can be used by businessmen, shopkeepers etc. These people use calculations a lot in their daily life.

Integers are used everyday in life. The counting numbers are a subset of the integers and we use them every day. Another name for the counting numbers is the natural numbers. So the positive integers are used to count objects all around us. Now 0 is an integer also and we use it all the time as you might guess. What about the negative integers? We use those when we talk about very cold temperatures. For example, it is -20 is North Dakota and -20 is a negative integer.