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Q: When adding mixed numbers,is it always necessary to write the sum as a mixed number Explain?

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No.

Never.

Say you're adding -2+(-2). Adding negative two is equavilant to subtracting positive two. Both -2+(-2) would be -4. I hope that made sense.

You can always write a numerical division expression as a decimal.

The sign of the answer will always be a positive number because subtracting a negative is the same as adding a positive (

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No, always negative

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Not necessary. Not always

Controlled variables are always necessary in an experiment. This is because a baseline is needed to compare the results to.

I would think that the commonality of adding and subtracting integers is that the answer itself will always be an integer. In other words, the answer is always gonna be a "whole number".

you always finish on good terms.

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