Q: The Sum of 2 negative integers is always negative?

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The sum will be negative also. (-3)+(-2)= m-5

The sum of the first 10 positive integers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 and 10 is 55. The sum of the first 10 negative integers -1,-2,-3,-4,-5,-6,-7,-8,-9 and -10 is -55. The sum of the first 10 positive plus the sum of the first 10 negative integers is 0

Factor 12 = 2x2x3 There's no combination for -12 as a product and -3 as a sum at the same time.

This question can't have an answer that satisfies the given conditions.The sum of any two even integers is always an even number, but 217 is an odd number.If the sum were 218 instead of 217, then 108 and 110 would do the job.

The sum is four.

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yes the answer is always a positive

It would stay always stay negative if you're adding 2 negative integers.

Yes, the sum of two negative integers is always negative.

The sum of two negative integers is never positive.

The sum of two negative integers is always negative due to the commutative and associatve property. In other words, summing or adding two negative numbers results in a larger scalar negative number. ex -1 + -1 = -2

The sum will be negative also. (-3)+(-2)= m-5

if the 2 signs are negative, than the sum is negative. if the 2 signs are positive, than the sum is positive.

No. For example, 2 + 3 = 5 which is positive, and 2 + (-2) = 0 which is neither positive nor negative. Well, that completely discredits my 4th grade math book that said any number that is not negative IS positive. Therefore, zero is by default a positive number. However, the sum of two negative integers will always be negative. Adding a negative integer decreases the value of the result and given that both integers are negative implies that the sum will be negative. "Implies"? you say. Do you have no conviction? Cannot you say 'determines' when it is obvious? "not obvious"? you say, Then does that mean the sum of 2 negative numbers MIGHT not be negative? See, this is what happens when a 5th grade question is answered by someone with superior attitude.

No. Never.

No. Consider 0 and 1. Or negative numbers, whose sum produces a smaller number.

They are -15 and 5.

-15 and 5