Q: Are monotonic relationships positive or negative?

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No. For example, y = 7 is monotonic. It may be a degenerate case, but that does not disallow it. It is not a bijection unless the domain and range are sets with cardinality 1. Even a function that is strictly monotonic need not be a bijection. For example, y = sqrt(x) is strictly monotonic [increasing] for all non-negative x. But it is not a bijection from the set of real numbers to the set of real numbers because it is not defined for negative x.

Negative * positive = negative Positive * positive = positive Negative * negative = positive

Negative * positive = negative Positive * positive = positive Negative * negative = positive

A negative divided by a positive is negative. A negative divided by a negative is positive. A positive divided by a positive is positive. A positive divided by a negative is negative.

positive and a positive is a positive negative and a negative is a positive to answer your question: positive and a negative is a negative.

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No. For example, y = 7 is monotonic. It may be a degenerate case, but that does not disallow it. It is not a bijection unless the domain and range are sets with cardinality 1. Even a function that is strictly monotonic need not be a bijection. For example, y = sqrt(x) is strictly monotonic [increasing] for all non-negative x. But it is not a bijection from the set of real numbers to the set of real numbers because it is not defined for negative x.

Peer relationships depends on you. How you can treat your relations with your peer's. If you do some fever to your peers then they also do some in your fever.

Positive + Negative = Negative Negative + Negative = Positive Positive + Positive = Positive Negative + Positive = Negative

Negative * positive = negative Positive * positive = positive Negative * negative = positive

The rules for the sign (positive or negative) of the result of a multiplication is the same as division. For multiplication: Positive * Positive --> Positive Positive * Negative --> Negative Negative * Positive --> Negative Negative * Negative --> Positive For division: Positive / Positive --> Positive Positive / Negative --> Negative Negative / Positive --> Negative Negative / Negative --> Positive

Yes. Negative/negative = positive Postive/Positive = positive Negative/Positive - negative

Negative * positive = negative Positive * positive = positive Negative * negative = positive

A negative divided by a positive is negative. A negative divided by a negative is positive. A positive divided by a positive is positive. A positive divided by a negative is negative.

Negatives and Positives Positive + Positive = Positive Negative + Negative = Positive Negative + Positive = Negative Positive + Negative = Negative

a negative x a negative= a positive, a positive x a positive= a positive, a negative x a positive= a negative, and a positive x a negative= a negative. Same thing with division. a negative divided by a negative= a positive, a positive divided by a positive= a positive, a negative divided by a positive= a negative, and a positive divided by a negative is a negative. U see?

Any relationship, including "no relationship".

positive and a positive is a positive negative and a negative is a positive to answer your question: positive and a negative is a negative.