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the answer is -4

negative 8

Q: What is negative 6 plus negative 2?

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3 raised to negative 2 would be -9 plus 6 to the negative 1 which is -6 so -9+-6=-15

(6) + (-4) = 2

4+(-6)=-2

[-2*2]+6=+2

nope negative plus negative equals a negative -2+(-4)=-6 but negative times negative equals a positive

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3 raised to negative 2 would be -9 plus 6 to the negative 1 which is -6 so -9+-6=-15

Negative 6.

(6) + (-4) = 2

4+(-6)=-2

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[-2*2]+6=+2

nope negative plus negative equals a negative -2+(-4)=-6 but negative times negative equals a positive

No, -6

A negative + a negative + a negative equals a negative. Adding a negative number is equal to subtracting a positive number. For example: -2+(-2)+(-2) = (-2)-2-2 -2+(-2)+(-2) = (-4)-2 -2+(-2)+(-2) = (-6)

Nope. Negative 4 plus 6 equals 2. You can see this more easily by rearranging the sum to be 6 - 4 = 2.

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