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Q: If you divide a positive number by a negative number what will you get a neg?

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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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when youre adding negative numbers, you add them and put a negative sign (ex: -6 + -5=-11) when you add negative and positive numbers(ex: -9 + 7) you subtract the numbers and take the sign of the bigger number (9-7=2, so the answer is -2 because the bigger number, 9, is negative when you subtract 2 negative numbers you add them together and put a negative sign when you subtract a neg. number and a pos. number (ex: -8 - 3) you add the numbers but the 3 becomes negative so the problem becomes -8 + -3. the answer is -11

A minus sign '-'. Some authors distinguish the "take away" operation sign from the neg. number sign by making the latter shorter and higher. In accountancy neg. numbers can be written in brackets or colored red

quadrant one has two positive numbers. quadrant two has neg. x numbers and positive y numbers quadrant three has two negative numbers quadrant fout has pos. x numbers and negative y numbers. 3.3 is only one value. you need two number to find the quadrant. 3.3 lies on the x-axis and doesnt lie in a quadrant. therefore you answer is no quadrant.

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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!

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

No, a negative number times a negative number will equal a positive answer. e.g. -2 x-2 = 4 (a positive 4) e.g. -3 x -3 = 9 (positive)

There's no general rule. The result could be positive and it could also be negative. It depends on how big both numbers are. (neg 5) minus (neg 7) = pos 2 (neg 5) minus (neg 3) = neg 2

No. An AB neg can receive blood from any blood group with a negative Rh (A neg, B neg, AB neg, O neg).

Normally Positive (+) is RED and Negative (-) is Black.

positivetimes negative equals negative neg. times neg. equals pos. pos.pos. equals pos.

The answer is the normal quotient except negative. Pos X neg = neg

No. An AB neg can receive blood from any blood group with a negative Rh (A neg, B neg, AB neg, O neg).

No, opposite charges (negative and positive) attract, while like charges (pos. and pos. or neg. and neg.) repel each other.

Can a child with RH neg blood come from parents that are A positive and A negative

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