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Q: What happens when you subtract a negative from a posotive?

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Negative divided by a negative is always a positive.

It can be either.

posotive/ negative numbers

In addition different signs you subtract and give the sign of the bigger number. Ex: 6+(-8)= -14

5^-2 can be expressed as; 1/5^2 = 1/25 positive

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Negative divided by a negative is always a positive.

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You extract the hydrogen pronuerons after you subtract the number of posotive electrons.

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in 1 his posotive is hogwarts his negative is voldemort

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posotive it cost less negative it uses chemicals

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